The new earth from above: 365 days
Completely revised and updated, "The New Earth from Above: 365 Days" has all-new photographs and text, including twelve essays on conservation and other global environmental issues by noted experts and activists. Yann Arthus-Bertrands powerful aerial photographs reveal the incidental beauty of the Earth and its inhabitants, while the authoritative text explores current issues of sustainable development affecting the world: global warming, poverty, and biodiversity among them. The images offer a breathtaking vision of out diverse planet.
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