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The Revenge of Gaia Why the Earth is Fighting Back – And How We Can Still Save Humanity

By: James Lovelock
177 pages, 4 colour plates, 16 b/w illus
Publisher: Penguin Books
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The latest installment of Lovelock's writings on Gaia
The Revenge of Gaia
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New installment of Lovelock's writings on Gaia, in which he argues that the only way for humankind to come to terms with Gaia now, and have a chance of surviving, is to embrace science and technology, not reject them. This includes an acceptance that nuclear energy is a necessity in order to counter global warming.

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James Lovelock is the author of more than 200 scientific papers and the originator of the Gaia Hypothesis (now Gaia Theory). He has written three books on the subject: Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth, The Ages of Gaia and Gaia: The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine, as well as an autobiography, Homage to Gaia. In 2003 he was made a Companion of Honour by Her Majesty the Queen, and in September 2005 Prospect magazine named him as one of the world's top 100 global public intellectuals. In April 2006 he was awarded the Edinburgh Medal at the Edinburgh International Science Festival.

By: James Lovelock
177 pages, 4 colour plates, 16 b/w illus
Publisher: Penguin Books
NHBS
The latest installment of Lovelock's writings on Gaia
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"Lovelock will go down in history as the scientist who changed our view of the Earth [...] The Revenge of Gaia is the most important book ever to be published on the environmental crisis."
– John Gray

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