Diamante Daniel is 12 years old and has created a fascinating look at how climate change affects endangered species, and what we can do about it
WILMINGTON, NC, October 05, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Diamante Daniel has announced the release of ‘It Starts With A Change – Endangered Animals And Climate Change In Pennsylvania’.
Climate change. What do we imagine when we hear the words? Increasing temperatures? Rising sea levels and flooded cities? Drought that causes starvation of millions of people? Many books have been written about the impact of climate change on people’s health and well-being. What is less well known is that climate change may impact animals around us, not only in some far off place but those living near us, in our home states or countries. Amongst them, the most vulnerable are those already endangered.
Diamante focuses on the precious endangered animals that live in Pennsylvania, her home state, and presents factual information regarding what will happen if climate change occurs in the PA region. She also lays out why readers should care and what they can do about it.
Diamante fully covers all the bases, including animals that live in the wetlands, grass, forests, water and caves. The endangered animals covered in the book include mammals, birds and fish.
“I love animals, and I don’t want to lose any single one of them,” Diamante stated. “I believe we can save all of the species, if we do what is needed.”
Diamante Daniel is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at Rene_Daniel@verizon.net. ‘It Starts With A Change’ is available at Amazon.
Diamante Daniel is a 7th grade student at the Wissahickon School District, Ambler, Pennsylvania. She published her first book, Rocks And Stones Around The World, when she was 10 years old and attended 4th grade. She is the winner, together with her sister, of the international MPACGroup Top Design Award 2016 of the Cubes in Space Program for the design of an experiment, which measures the intraocular pressure during the ascending phase of a rocket flight. Students from 22 countries participated in this competition. Her experiment was launched into space on the CIS SR-3 mission June 24, 2016 from the NASA Wallops Facility. Additional experiments designed by her were launched by a NASA stratospheric balloon from Fort Sumner, New Mexico in September 2016, and again on rocket mission in June 2017 from the NASA Wallops Facility.
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