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The Future Eaters An Ecological History of Australasian Lands and People

Out of Print
By: Timothy Flannery(Author)
424 pages, Illus
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  • The Future Eaters ISBN: 9780730104872 Paperback May 1998 Out of Print #76384
  • The Future Eaters ISBN: 9780436203510 Paperback Dec 1996 Out of Print #60304
  • The Future Eaters ISBN: 9781876334215 Paperback Dec 1995 Out of Print #38288
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A major work of environmental history, providing crucial lessons for today, Flannery, the renowned mammalogist, explores the way in which the human societies have, over time, consumed the very resources they have needed for their own future, and dramatically altered the native flora and fauna - in this case - Australasia's. This is a narrative of how generation after generation has consumed more than it needed. Only by reducing our present worldwide consumption patterns to fit our environment, argues Flannery, can we hope to salvage lands such as Australia.

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Out of Print
By: Timothy Flannery(Author)
424 pages, Illus
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