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Planet Crunch The Life (or Death?) of Planet Earth

By: Richard Brock(Author)
146 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Planet Crunch
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  • Planet Crunch ISBN: 9781838396305 Paperback Jan 2021 In stock
Price: £9.99
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All the proceeds from this book will be donated by the author to the Avon Wildlife Trust.

Accompanying an ambitious project of three 25-minute films released online, this book is an attempt to draw attention to the challenges we all face; especially involving biodiversity. Compared to other recent books, Planet Crunch is very different, is presented in a popular illustrative style, and is right up-to-date. The 150-page book is based on how the media have lifted the natural world to the front-page headlines.

Contents of Planet Crunch, across 19 chapters, include David Attenborough; Greta Thunberg; biodiversity; shopping; forests; farming; fishing; food; consumption; waste/plastics/recycling; energy/oil; climate change; COVID-19; water; the media; money/fashion; Trump/Biden; aviation/travel/tourism; human population; China; nature and us.

Described as unique, political, challenging, cheeky, provocative, significant, educational, very personal, even rude, this book is certainly different to other, more conventional films and books.

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By: Richard Brock(Author)
146 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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"Just been looking through my copy of Planet Crunch – the new book from Richard Brock. I am very impressed – funky design, loads of photos and a staggering amount of information. It's all about the challenges the planet faces, good news and bad, provocative, challenging and fact-packed. The book is entirely funded by Richard Brock (former BBC Natural History Producer) and is quite unique. Far more interesting, entertaining and informative than your average 'planet-in-crisis' book. Since leaving the BBC Richard has made over 100 films on many aspects of the environment and has amassed a huge knowledge of the complex issues the planet faces. This book brings all that knowledge together in one place. [...] Highly recommend you get yourself a copy"
– Piers Warren

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