This book now challenges the reader to ponder if climate crises are one-offs or part of global warming.
James Lovelock is largely rehashing what he’s said before
Conservation has made progress, but more so has industrial civilisation in its dismantling of the planet.
There’s a cost to innovation, which we may not see, but there’s no free lunch in this corner of the Universe.
Who has invested their life in the natural world, seen the damage and wants to fight back?