The End of Nature

Author(s): Bill McKibben

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For centuries, humankind has taken nature for granted, treating it as invincible and as a wilderness apart from man. First published in the late eighties, The End of Nature was the first book to confront the implications of global warming, framing the issues in a way no one could ignore, arguing passionately that if the world was to survive, we would have to rethink this relationship. It became a bestseller, appearing in more than 20 different languages. For this new edition, Bill McKibben has updated all the statistical information and written a new introduction which sets out how much has changed


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General Fields

  • : 9780747561866
  • : bloomsbury books
  • : bloomsbury books
  • : November 2003
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Bill McKibben
  • : Paperback