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Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta named an Award-Winning Finalist in the 2015 USA Book Awards

Geraldine Perry's second book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta has been chosen as an award-winning finalist in the Social Change category for the 2015 USA Best Book Awards. This is a remarkable achievement and the fourth award for Indie author Geraldine Perry.

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Indie author scores two new awards for her book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta

Geraldine Perry scores two more awards for her second book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta. Following the pattern established in her first book The Two Faces of Money, the author draws upon some of the world's leading independent thinkers and historical evidence going back thousands of years in order to take a fresh look at climate change and environmental, social and economic destruction. The result yields some surprising new solutions.

May, 2015 - Indie author Geraldine Perry has garnered two more awards for her book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy The New Trifecta. On May 11 Geri was informed that her book had placed in the nonfiction ebook category for the 2015 Eric Hoffer Book Awards. On May 17 she was informed that her book had placed in the 2015 National Indie Excellence Book Awards in the Environment/Political/Social category. Ms. Perry had previously been awarded the Spring 2014 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the category of Environment.

In its description of Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy The New Trifecta, the US Review of Books recently noted that “Perry intelligently examines the geopolitical history and monetary influences that have led civilization through environmental disasters, collapse, and present-day threats and kicks off the discussion of real environmental change. Our concept of actual wealth needs to be redefined, abandoning the prevalent concept of perceived wealth that is creating havoc on the planet as well as the monetary system itself.. .” Gib Halverson, Board Member of the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation says that “This extremely well written book knits together climate change, land use and monetary policy in a new and enlightened way.” The author herself makes the case that “we delude ourselves into thinking that we, as a society, can create wealth through debt. In so doing we end up robbing from nature and our own future, setting ourselves up for certain catastrophe. There is a better way.”

Geraldine Perry has a Master's Degree in Education and an undergraduate minor in Library Science. Her subsequent training as a Certified Natural Health Consultant led to an increased interest in agriculture and the environment, and ultimately to the need for systemic monetary reform. This is her second published book. The first was The Two Faces of Money, co-authored with Ken Fousek.

Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy The New Trifecta is available at Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, Powell Books, and Amazon, or it can be ordered through a bookstore near you. ISBN: 978-1-60047-927-4. eBook $9.99; paperback, 292 pages, $16.95

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New book with original approach to climate change and the environment is recognized for excellence

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May, 2014 – Geraldine Perry's new book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy The New Trifecta has won the Spring 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the Category of Environment. These awards have been given for the past 30 years by the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs, honoring some of the finest independently-published books in a variety of categories. Selections are made by a panel of editors and take into consideration content, book format, writing style and cover design.

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Nasa-funded study warning of global collapse bolsters main themes of new book on environment

March 21, 2014 - Like the recently published study sponsored by Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center, Geraldine Perry's new book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta utilizes historical examples to illustrate that civilization's “process of rise-and-collapse is actually a recurrent cycle found throughout history.” Similar to what was uncovered by the Nasa study, Perry argues that the multiple, seemingly unrelated crises now facing us, including growing wealth disparity, all stem from land use. In addition, Perry takes a look at the monetary policies which have driven unsustainable forms of land use for millennia and describes how monetary policy might be reformed in such a way as to be both constitutionally faithful and “land friendly.”

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New book takes fresh look at climate change and environmental destruction, yields new solutions

February 2014– Ever feel overwhelmed by the multiple, seemingly unrelated crises now facing us? Crises which run the gamut from climate change and extreme weather events, to cascading levels of pollution, environmental degradation and resource exploitation, to economic policies that do little to halt the forward momentum of social and economic injustice or the growing wealth gap between the richest of the rich and the rest of us?

In her new book Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta author Geraldine Perry makes the case that in order to find viable solutions for all these ills we must first accurately identify the problem. That problem is land use and the monetary policies which have driven it for millennia.

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