Rob Hogg will be reading and signing his new book, America’s Climate Century at these two venues:
Saturday, May 4, 2:00 p.m.
Prairie Lights Bookstore, 15 South Dubuque Street, Iowa City
Saturday, May 4, 7:00 p.m.
New Bo Books, 1105 3rd Street SE, Cedar Rapids
Below is a review of the book published in the Cedar Rapids Gazette
Learn the facts about climate change
Jennifer Hemmingsen, Columnist and member of The Gazette’s editorial board.
28 April 2013
Want to know more about climate change, but stumped about where to start?
I’d recommend the recently published book “America’s Climate Century: What climate change means for America in the 21st Century and what Americans can do about it,” by Sen. Rob Hogg, D-Cedar Rapids.
Hogg has been active in environmental issues for a quarter century; he started working on the book last year. He’ll officially release the book on Monday at the State Capitol, with proceeds from sales at that event going to the non-profit Iowa Interfaith Power & Light.
Saturday, May 4, he’ll be signing copies at Prairie Lights in Iowa City at 2 p.m. and at New Bo Books in Cedar Rapids at 7 p.m. I got my hands on an advance copy last week.
It’s a call to action, but it’s also an evenhanded look at what we do know about climate change — a 120-page overview of the science, politics and potential that will help you get from zero to well-informed in a matter of hours.