In How to Prepare for Climate Change, David Pogue–a six-time Emmy Award-winning technology and science correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, New York Times bestselling author, host of science specials on PBS NOVA and 2020-trained Climate Reality Leader –offers a sensible, deeply researched guide with practical advice for how everyday people can ready themselves for the tumultuous years ahead. Rather than focusing on mitigation, David will discuss how we must adapt to a hotter, wetter, more unpredictable world.
- Where should you live to avoid the worst natural disasters?
- What insurance do you need in the more chaotic weather era?
- How to invest as the world decarbonizes?
- What to grow in your garden as backup food?
- Where to find hope in a fast-changing world that leaves people anxious, depressed and adrift.
With the help of 50 experts on climate, finance, agriculture, psychology, and emergency preparedness, David brings his trademark clarity, authority, and even humor to an unexplored subject: preparing your family, your home, your business, and your life for our planet’s chaotic future.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
About David Pogue
David Pogue was the New York Times weekly tech columnist from 2000 to 2013. He’s a six-time Emmy winner for his stories on CBS News Sunday Morning, a New York Times bestselling author, a five-time TED speaker, and host of 20 NOVA science specials on PBS. He trained with Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project to become a Climate Leader in 2020.
He’s written or cowritten more than 120 books, including dozens in the Missing Manual tech series, which he created in 1999; six books in the For Dummies line (including Macs, Magic, Opera, and Classical Music); two novels (one for middle-schoolers); his three bestselling Pogue’s Basics books of tips and shortcuts (on Tech, Money, and Life); his new how-to guides, iPhone Unlocked and Mac Unlocked; and his 2021 magnum opus, How to Prepare for Climate Change.
After graduating summa cum laude from Yale in 1985 with distinction in music, Pogue spent ten years conducting and arranging Broadway musicals in New York. He has won a Loeb Award for journalism, two Webby awards, and an honorary doctorate in music. He lives with his wife Nicki and their blended brood of five spectacular children in Connecticut and San Francisco.