Understanding Climate Change in E.A. Smiroldo’s Book, The Silent Count

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(Newswire.net — September 19, 2022) —

We’ve been hearing the term ‘climate change in schools, in the news, in politics, on social media, and even in music. But what was it about, and why is it essential to address the issue of climate change?

E.A. Smiroldo, a singer-songwriter, nuclear engineer, and author, just released her debut novel, The Silent Count, under Solstice Publishing. Dara Bouldin, a geoengineering student who works for a government organization, is the book’s protagonist. Dara was responsible for working on a federal project that entailed using nuclear technology to lessen the consequences of climate change. The nation has been experiencing disasters here and there, which is why the moment has come to take some action since these repercussions are getting worse, killing hundreds of lives of people.

According to the UN, climate change refers to the long-term shifts in temperature and weather patterns, primarily caused by human activity such as the combustion of fossil fuels. It refers to the changes happening on our planet, including the melting of ice glaciers and rising sea levels. Extreme wildfires, floods, tornadoes, and other catastrophic events have been brought on by climate change over the years, and they have harmed everyone’s lives and the economy.

We appreciate E.A. Smiroldo’s decision to use a relevant issue such as climate change in her book. The Silent Count greatly tackled the harsh consequences of climate change. It also showed another side of politics and how authorities make their actions on addressing issues such as climate change and saving the planet. If you want to know more about the rest of the book, you may get a copy on Amazon!

You can check out The Silent Count on Amazon.

For more information about E.A. Smiroldo, you can visit her website or find her on Facebook and Instagram.