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Writing is a bit colleague congratulatory centered, but once you get beyond that the information covered is considerable and compelling.Published 5 months ago by J.Denby
Dr. Smith did an excellent job describing realistic projections of climate change, demographic change, etc. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marina4UCLA
I've read this book twice and I'm ready to read it for the third time. I have also given the book to a number of friends as a gift.
Good read, well researched hypothesis with reasonable assumptions. Better than most future extrapolation books.Published 16 months ago by Andrew Nelson Gregory
This was a very interesting read! I had to read the book for a Geography of the Future course at my university. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dan R.
Most of this material is pretty familiar by now (if you keep up with climate change at all). Still, the Book was well done and reads well. Read morePublished 18 months ago by N. Perz
Pro: Informative and intriguing.
Con: Fully forgettable. Nothing from this book stuck with me.