A green history of the world

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Sinclair-Stevenson, May 13, 1991 - Nature - 432 pages
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Review: A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations

User Review  - Kent Curtis - Goodreads

Great overview of human history on earth from the perspective of resources and resource exhaustion. Ponting's engaging and really accessible book argues that humans tend to overreach when they develop ... Read full review

Review: A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations

User Review  - Loren - Goodreads

I used to think that people would never destroy their home (earth) intentionally knowing quite well their children and children's children would be faced with a bleak existence. We can all agree that ... Read full review

Contents

The Foundations of History
8
Influence of the physical world significance and role of ecosystems effect
18
The First Great Transition
37
Copyright

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