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Nowhere Left to Go How Climate Change Is Driving Species to the Ends of the Earth

By: Benjamin von Brackel(Author)
288 pages
One of Germany's most renowned environmental journalists reports on the planet's biggest ongoing slow-motion migration since the Ice Age
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  • Nowhere Left to Go ISBN: 9781615198610 Hardback Jul 2022 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Harrowing journeys of animals and plants – fleeing skyrocketing temperatures and mega-droughts – reported from the frontlines of the greatest migration of species since the Ice Age

As humans accelerate global warming while laying waste to the environment, animals and plants must flee to the margins: on scattered nature reserves, between major highways, or among urban sprawl. And when even these places become too hot and inhospitable, wildlife is left with only one path to survival: an often-formidable journey toward the poles as they race to find a new home in a warming world. Tropical zones lose their inhabitants, beavers settle in Alaska, and gigantic shoals of fish disappear – just to reappear along foreign coastlines.

Award-winning environmental journalist Benjamin von Brackel traces these awe-inspiring journeys and celebrates the remarkable resilience of species around the world. But the lengths these plants and animals must go to avoid extinction are as alarming as they are inspirational: Sea animals – like fish – move on average 45 miles a decade to cooler regions, while land animals – like beavers and butterflies – move 11 miles. As even the poles of the Earth heat up, we're left with a stark and irreversible choice: Halt the climate emergency now, or face a massive die-off of species, who are increasingly left with nowhere else to go.

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Benjamin von Brackel graduated from the German School for Journalism in Munich and studied politics in Erlangen and Berlin. Today, he is one of the most renowned environmental journalists in Germany, where his reporting on climate change has appeared in Süddeutsche Zeitung, Die Zeit, and Natur. He specializes in the consequences of climate change, such as extreme weather events and climate effects on biodiversity. Benjamin also works as the vice editor-in-chief for Klimareporter°, the leading German online magazine on climate change, which he also cofounded; and he was awarded the German Environmental Media Prize in 2016. He lives in Berlin.

By: Benjamin von Brackel(Author)
288 pages
One of Germany's most renowned environmental journalists reports on the planet's biggest ongoing slow-motion migration since the Ice Age
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