Unprecedented: Can Civilization Survive the Co2 Crisis?

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Price
$34.95  $32.50
Publisher
Clarity Press
Publish Date
Pages
469
Dimensions
5.9 X 1.1 X 8.9 inches | 1.54 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780986076909

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About the Author
Richard A. Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law and Practice at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. His books include "The Great Terror War", "Religion and Human Global Governance", and "Human Rights Horizons". Falk is an Honorary Member of the Board of Editors of the "American Journal of Internation Law" and a Member of the Editorial Board of "The Nation" and "The Progressive".
Reviews
"One of the most excellent compilations of renewable energy facts and context that I've read." ZACHARY SHAHAN, Director of CleanTechnica.com and Planetsave. com
"A very comprehensive and accessible book, providing a much-needed corrective to omissions and falsehoods propagated in the media... a fine contribution in the tradition of Griffin's long and distinguished work" HERMAN E. DALY, Founder of ecological economics
..". very comprehensive and accessible, a much-needed corrective to omissions and falsehoods in the media..." -- Herman E. Daly, founder, Ecological Economics
..".a most excellent compilation of renewable energy facts and context..." -- Zachary Shahan, Director, CleanTechnica.com and Planetsave.com
"If you can read only one book on climate change, make it this one...clear and comprehensive...a masterful depiction of the severe dangers and our best available escape routes. If reading this book does not change your life, nothing will." -- Richard Falk, UN Special Rapporteur/Reporter
As always, David Ray Griffin is meticulous in his research, startling in his conclusions, and thought-provoking in the way he frames issues. A brilliant addition to the literature on climate change and its terrible consequences! -- THOM HARTMANN"