The Last Generation: How Nature Will Take Her Revenge for Climate Change
Climate change is not a matter of gradually increasing temperatures. New scientific findings about how our planet works show that it does not do gradual change. Under pressure, it lurches into another mode of operation. Man-made global warming is on the verge of unleashing unstoppable planetary forces. Biological and geological monsters are being woken, and they will consume us. Virtually overnight Nature's revenge will be sudden and brutal, like a climatic tsunami sweeping across the globe. No question, we are the last generation to live with any kind of climatic stability.
In this impassioned report, Fred Pearce travels the world on the story to end them all. Most troubling, while visiting the places where the action may start: deep in the Amazon, high in the Arctic and among the bogs of Siberia, he uncovers the first signs that nature's revenge is already under way.
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Review: The Last Generation: How Nature Will Take Her Revenge for Climate ChangeUser Review - Karl-Friedrich Lenz - Goodreads
"The last generation" doesn't mean that ours is the last generation to survive. It means ours is the last to see a stable climate. Pearce does a very good job explaining the science six years ago. His ... Read full review
Review: The Last Generation: How Nature Will Take Her Revenge for Climate ChangeUser Review - Goodreads
The definitive book on global warming.
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