Elton Eastwood to Present Book at California Library Association's 115th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Author Elton Eastwood will present his 2011 book "Global Warming: What Else Can You Do About It?" (published by iUniverse) at the California Library Association's 115th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Nov. 3-5, 2013, in Long Beach, California.
The California Library Association's Annual Conference is California's premier event for library professionals. Attendees have the opportunity to network and learn via workshops, presentations and special events; meet vendors and check out their latest products and services; and hear world-renowned speakers inform, motivate and entertain.
When polls showed Eastwood that the percentage of people in the U.S. who believed global warming was due to human activity had fallen from 46 percent to 37 percent, he decided the time was right to create an accessible book on the subject. The evidence, as he demonstrates, is there for all to see. "Photos of Arctic ice taken in 1979 and 2005 show the ice is shrinking," he points out. "My book discusses the future effects of global warming and rising seas, and what can be done about it."
About the Author
Elton Eastwood is a retired physician who specialized in internal medicine. Because of his habit of reading medical literature, when he retired from medical practice, he became interested in the problem of global warming, and read everything he could find on the subject.