Groundbreaking new title sheds light on climate change from the perspective of the world’s most prominent researchers
Author Volker Mothes, President of Fidegogard Inc., has announced the official release of his new book,
‘The Best Researchers in the World Present the Right Strategies to Prevent a Climate Catastrophe’.
At Fideogogard Inc., Mothes and his team work to research, invent, and develop revolutionary, scalable technologies for global companies, authorities, and other customers.
With the release of
‘The Best Researchers in the World Present the Right Strategies to Prevent a Climate Catastrophe’,
Mothes is giving the world a look at climate change from the perspective of the planet’s greatest researchers. Readers will also gain insights from Mothes including innovative ideas on reducing the impacts of climate change.
“We have developed many groundbreaking ideas that will change the world significantly,” said Mothes.
In his new book, Mothes share
- how to reverse temperature increases,
- prevent the melting of the poles,
- stop the rising of sea levels,
- how to minimize or eliminate tornado damage,
- how to build earthquake-resistant houses,
- and how to eliminate water crises around the world
The release of ‘The Best Researchers in the World Present the Right Strategies to Prevent a Climate Catastrophe’ comes at a time when governments around the world are encouraging people to consider Fidegogard Inc.’s research and solutions.
As an expert in the field of climate change, Mothes is pleased to share his findings with the world.
In his new book, readers gain cutting-edge insight into climate change and how to prevent its impacts around the world.
Organization: Fidegogard Inc.
Contact Person: Volker Mothes President
Address: 80 Pine Street, Floor 24 New York, NY 10005
City: New York
Country: United States
Release Id: 2405233697
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