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Excellent book with careful and thoughtful science. He throws pseudo-science under the bus, and goes straight for the truth.Published 1 month ago by avidreader
One of the most compelling books on the environment you will ever read.Published 2 months ago by Ashley Crowther
Well researched and well referenced. Mark Lynas's 'The God Species' follows his other offerings very nicely. Read morePublished 8 months ago by raggedbandman
I almost made the mistake of buying this book – it IS published by National Geographic. Fortunately, the overblown title prompted me to give it a test drive through our local... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Annielaurie Burke
altho i haven't read this book, i've studied mechanical engineering and economics in academia.
we are fossil fuel addicts because fossil fuels are very powerful. Read more
A must read for every human on the planet - regardless of ANY religious affiliation, ethnicity, age, station, education level, language etc. Read morePublished 15 months ago by D. K. Huenergardt
It's hard to categorize Lynas because his views cross many political and environmental boundaries. This book should make anyone think and it's nice to read something by an... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Book Fanatic
Environmentalism is both an emotional and politically driven subject and so it is hard to find a book that appeases everyone. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michael P. Lefand
This book is really good and really made me think. He pretty much bases the whole thing off of an idea that scientists came up with called the planetary boundaries, in which there... Read morePublished 22 months ago by CJ Cobb