By: Troth Wells and Caspar Henderson
192 pages, 120 colour photos
Global warming means that our coastlines change and areas of the world disappear; it means that habitats vanish, ecosystems are unbalanced, climate zones shift, and that animal and plant life disappear. The photographs in this book illustrate the wealth that is at stake. Unforgettable images reveal the unexpected, exhilarating beauty of the world's carefully balanced ecosystems, and the people whose traditional way of life is in tune with nature.
Foreword by Caroline Lucas MEP Introduction: The world we find; the world we make I:The Inheritance; Fire and transformation; The seas Forest and swamp; Mountains and polar regions; Managed lands II: The Legacy; People; City Life; Climate Change Agriculture and Farming; Rivers and Estuaries; Back to the Future.
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Troth Wells is the publications editor for the New Internationalist magazine and the English-language editor of The World Guide, produced by the Third World Institute in Uruguay. Caspar Henderson is an award-winning writer and journalist on environmental affairs. Currently Globalisation Editor for the magazine openDemocracy, he has also worked as a consultant on issues in energy, water, regulation, technology, human rights, economics and the environment. Dr Caroline Lucas is Green Member of the European Parliament for South-East England.
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