Our Final Warning: Six Degrees of Climate Emergency

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Price
$27.99  $25.75
Publisher
Fourth Estate
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.5 X 1.4 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780008308551

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About the Author

Mark Lynas is a journalist, campaigner and author of several books on the environment, including High Tide (2004), Six Degrees (2007), The God Species (2011), Nuclear 2.0 (2013) and Seeds of Science (2018). He has written for CNN, the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Times, the Guardian and is a visiting fellow with the Alliance for Science at Cornell University, New York. He lives in Herefordshire.

Reviews

'Mark Lynas...has time-travelled into our terrifying collective future...Go with him on this breathtaking, beautifully told journey...I promise that you will come back...determined to alter the course of history.' Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything

'Scientists predict that global temperatures will rise by between one and six degrees over the course of this century and Mark Lynas paints a chilling, degree-by-degree picture of the devastation likely to ensue unless we act now..."Six Degrees" is a rousing and vivid plea to choose a different future' Daily Mail

'Buy this book for everyone you know: if it makes them join the fight to stop the seemingly inexorable six degrees of warming and mass death, it might just save their lives' New Statesman

'An apocalyptic primer of what to expect as the world heats up...it's sobering stuff and shaming too. Despite its sound scientific background, the book resembles one of those vivid medieval paintings depicting sinners getting their just desserts' Financial Times

'The saga of how, in the world as imagined by thousands of computer-modelling studies, global warming kicks in degree by degree. "Six Degrees", I tell you now, is terrifying' Sunday Times

'A chilling read' Socialist Review