THE FRAGILE EARTH: WRITING FROM THE NEW YORKER ON CLIMATE CHANGE
The New Yorker has devoted enormous attention to the causes of the climate crisis, its political and ecological effects, and the solutions that may still be within reach. The Fragile Earth tells the story of climate change - its past, present, and future - taking readers from Greenland to the Great Plains, into laboratories and through rain forests. It features work by Pulitzer Prize winners Elizabeth Kolbert, Kathryn Schulz, Dexter Filkins, and Ben Taub, as well as essays by Bill McKibben, Jonathan Franzen, Ian Frazier, Eric Klinenberg, and others. The result, in its range, depth, and passion, promises to bring light to the great emergency of our age.
- ISBN: 9780063029217
- Publisher: HarperLuxe
- Language: English
- Page Count: 780
- Size: 9.00" l x 6.00" w x 2.00"
“Illuminating and powerful . . . a memorable book with a resounding message.” -- Publishers Weekly