We are seeing an extraordinarily powerful intersection of accelerating changes to our planet and its inhabitants, all traceable, James Lovelock says, to the steam engine's invention 300 years ago. But Lovelock does not believe we are necessarily guilty of catastrophic wrongs to the Earth. The challenges faced are diverse: our understanding must begin from a broader viewpoint than that of climate science alone. In an interconnected Earth-system, humanity is a holy fool of a species, often blundering in the pursuit of its instinct for invention. This book argues that it may, by the same token, emerge as the Earth's saviour.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
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