The next one hundred years: shaping the fate of our living earth

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Bantam Books, Feb 1, 1991 - Nature - 312 pages
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The author of Planet Earth covers topics from the greenhouse effect to holes in the ozone layer and details actions that can reverse our current course. Showing the need for global interdependence, Weiner shows what readers can expect in the coming century. 32 line drawings.

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This book is one of the recent crop that has rung the alarm about global greenhouse warming. Brief attention is also paid to habitat destruction and the Gaia hypothesis of Earth as a self-adjusting ... Read full review

Contents

The Question
1
Minute Particulars
14
Keelings Curve
26
Copyright

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Jonathan Weiner's books have won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the "Los Angeles Times" Book Prize, and many other honors. While working on "His Brother's Keeper", he was writer-in-residence at Rockefeller University. He lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with his wife and their two sons.

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