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Maggie Piazza Carroll Jul 19
Get focused, knowledgable, scared, hopeful... get book and read it. 🌏
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David Venhuizen Jul 15
Just read by , a weighty tome on the looming impacts of climate change. NOT ONE MENTION of the overwhelmingly major driver of it, the runaway growth of the human herd. Need to not just stop growing it, have to ratchet it back by a few billion.
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Al Gore Feb 19
.' piece sparked a crucial dialogue about the worsening impacts of the climate crisis in a powerful way. His new book has enormous potential to energize an even larger audience to act with the immediacy this crisis requires.
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Jens Hylander Jul 19
“Humans used to watch the weather to prophesy the future; going forward, we will see in its wrath the vengeance of the past” - David Wallace-Wells
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New Scientist Feb 27
Don't panic about , a new book predicting climate change chaos
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The Nature Conservancy Apr 3
For all the warnings in about how nature is on the verge of breaking, nature also presents opportunities to help mitigate climate change. We still have time to change the ending of this story. 📚
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Corinna Bolino Feb 24
My Sunday reading - have not been able to put this one down. Jonathan Safran Foer described it best, as profound, terrifying and hopeful
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Lotta G Apr 15
Okay, so here we go. Wish me luck!
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cycling makes urban Apr 15
‘We think of climate changement as slow, but it is unnervingly fast. We think of technological change necessary to avert it as fast-arriving, but unfortunately it is deceptively slow- especially judged by just how soon we need it.’
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Goldman Sachs Apr 17
"I'm not alarming people. The science is alarming people." , author of the new book , on the global climate change threat:
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Robin Maynard Feb 28
Saw this book advertised with strapline ‘coming soon’. It is, harder & faster than even old green lags like me feared
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Ryan Mizzen Feb 12
Thank you to for the frank and honest talk this evening. David's article on for the New Yorker is one of the best I've come across - I highly recommend it for those who haven't read it. I look forward to reading too!
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Matt Winning Apr 5
Climate dread update: This morning reading on the tube I felt like Sarah Connor in T2 watching everyone happy in the playground right before the world ends in a ball of fire & we’re all screaming in agony
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eli friedmann Mar 24
(Meanwhile) BREAKING : Climate change continues to get worse. The United States continues to do nothing about it, and continues to be utterly controlled by a political party focused on denying + worsening the problem.
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Shekhar Choudhary Mar 30
Columnist David Wallace-Wells wrote, "Global warming has Improbably compressed into two generations the entire story of human civilization." Situation is much worse than we think. Our home is almost damaged beyond repair. Urgent Political will is needed. 🌍
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memneon Mar 23
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lfp 💫 Jul 2
“If this strikes you as tragic, which it should, consider that we have all the tools we need, today, to stop it all.” Read. This. Book. 🌍
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#RebelForLife Mar 22
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Laura Plunkett May 7
Currently reading . Wasn’t expecting a feel-good read, but holy shit. Less about the science of and more about the human impact- the absolute urgency in not just future generations, but literally our babies rn
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Crown Publishing Feb 28
We’re thrilled to announce that by David Wallace-Wells is an instant New York Times bestseller, debuting at number 6 on the non-fiction hardcover list for March 10th. Learn more at
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