The Iconic Monuments and Statues of the World Could Help Our Civilization from Self-Destruction
10/12/2021

Geo-environmental engineering expert, Dr Hari. D. Sharma releases his book, "Climate Change and Leadership Shaping Civilization," this October 14.

Online PR News – 12-October-2021 – Fremont, California – Geo-environmental engineering expert, Dr Hari. D. Sharma releases his new book, Climate Change and Leadership Shaping Civilizations: An Ongoing Journey of 40,000 Years as Evidenced by Iconic Monuments and Statues, this October 14. Praised as a thought-provoking read, the book looks at our civilizations’ history with fresh eyes and decodes the secret messages carried by iconic monuments and statues such as the Great Sphinx of Giza, Taj Mahal in India, or Statue of Liberty in New York and many more.

After four decades of traveling and studying different civilizations around the world, Dr. Hari D. Sharma uncovered a well-kept secret: the world’s most iconic monuments and statues represent more than beautiful artifacts. They are keys to a better understanding of how climate change and leadership practices shape the evolution of human civilizations.
Put on your seatbelts for a breathtaking journey around the world and some of its most iconic monuments and statues: the Great Pyramid of Giza, Taj Mahal, Tour Eiffel, Stonehenge, the Statue of Liberty, and many more. You will also travel back in time to the Ancient Egyptian statues and monuments

“Why did I choose to write a book that relies on human civilizational history as evidenced by statues and monuments? To answer this question, I would like to go back almost 40 years, to when I began travelling to different parts of the world. I observed and learnt from their geographical features, visited their museums, observed and (in some cases) experienced their cultures, and learnt about the current and ancient communities of various countries in those regions of the world. Among many other aspects, one thing that intrigued me the most was to know about their statues and monuments and how they are related to either advancements or decay over time. The stories these statues and monuments tell us, over and over again, are that the human way of life throughout the ages has been shaped primarily by climate changes and leadership during those time periods,” says Dr. Hari D. Sharma

“The author’s succinct and valid reasons are fascinating and realistic. Responding to climate change requires advanced mitigation and adaptation measures, while keeping in mind the lessons learned from the past and present experiences, ” says Krishna R. Reddy, PhD, PE, BCEE, DGE, FASCE, ENV SP, University Scholar & Distinguished Researcher, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

Packed with examples and illustrations, Climate Change and Leadership Shaping Civilizations addresses two of the most burning issues of the modern age: climate change and visionary leadership. This book is a must-read for current and aspiring leaders who want to make a positive impact on the world with their vision and actions.

Climate Change and Leadership Shaping Civilizations is available on Amazon.
Paperback ISBN: 2370001591103
E-Book Price: $8.99
Paperback Price: $18.95
Hard Cover Price: $29:00
Length: 270 pages