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We Belong to Gaia

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Series: Green Ideas Volume: 16
By: James Lovelock(Author)
88 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Penguin Books
We Belong to Gaia
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  • We Belong to Gaia ISBN: 9780241514641 Paperback Aug 2021 In stock
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James Lovelock draws on decades of wisdom to lay out the history of our remarkable planet, to show that it is not ours to be exploited – and warns us that it is fighting back. The four chapters here were first published in The Revenge of Gaia (2006).

This book is part of Green Ideas, a series of twenty short books from Penguin Classics that brings you the ideas that have changed the way we think and talk about the living Earth.

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James Lovelock (born 1919) is an independent scientist and father of the Gaia Hypothesis, which sees the Earth as a single self-regulating system that sustains all life, from the surface rocks and oceans to the atmosphere and humanity.

New
Series: Green Ideas Volume: 16
By: James Lovelock(Author)
88 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Penguin Books
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