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Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet

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A book by Bill McKibben

Amazon Best Books of the Month, April 2010: Since he first heralded our era of environmental collapse in 1989'sThe End of Nature,Bill McKibbenhas raised a series of eloquent alarms. InEaarth, he leads readers to the devastatingly comprehensive conclusion … see full wiki

Author: Bill McKibben
Genre: Outdoors & Nature
Publisher: Times Books
2 reviews about Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
review by . December 16, 2010
Mankind has irreparably changed the Earth’s climate and weather conditions. This book gives the details, and tells how to survive on this new world. The Earth that mankind knew, and grew up on, is gone. A new planet needs a new name; hence Eaarth. It is a place of poles where the ice caps are severely reduced, or gone. It is a place where the oceans are becoming more acid, because of excess carbon absorbed into the water, not to mention the toxic chemicals and other pollutants being dumped …
review by . June 23, 2010
Mankind has irreparably changed the Earth's climate and weather conditions. This book gives the details on tells how to survive on this new planet.    The Earth that mankind knew, and grew up on, is gone. A new planet needs a new name; hence Eaarth. It is a place where the ice caps at the poles are severely reduced, or gone. It is a place where the oceans are becoming more acid, because of more carbon being absorbed into the water, not to mention the toxic chemicals and other …
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