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The Uninhabitable Earth

Life After Warming

David Wallace-Wells

This must-read #1 New York Times bestseller delves into the potential horrors of global warming beyond just rising sea levels. The Uninhabitable Earth offers a powerful travelogue of the near future and a thought-provoking meditation on how it will impact our lives. Get ready for a transformation in global politics, the role of technology in the modern world, the sustainability of capitalism, and the trajectory of human progress. With a new afterword, this is also an impassioned call to action for our generation to avoid a catastrophic fate.
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A look into the future and how global warming will impact everything.      source
@FaktaErBest Please update your understanding with this comprehensive and accurate book:      source
I’ve read 36 books this year and this is the only one I give a 10 out of 10. A riveting, terrifying MUST READ. Thank you for truth telling, ⁦@dwallacewells⁩.      source
This is a terrific book. Not as depressing as it may sound, even oddly hopeful in the end. Great read if you suddenly have time on your hands.      source
@alisonsl2 @underscrutiny @IntrepidTimes @jackihillmurphy @reo_lowe @ShafikMeghji @SimonWIParker @aliceoutthere1 @TJDHalliday @mickulus @dwallacewells @Scorhill @StanfordsTravel @PA_PublishingUK @Summersdale My vote is for The Uninhabitable Earth - a game-changing book for me.      source
“We can’t see anything except through cataracts of self-deception” @dwallacewells A superbly written book on the scale of what we’re up against. Read this ASAP 👇      source
0/ The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by @dwallacewells - a deeply frightening masterpiece. the book that motivated me to read more, & a perfect starting place for someone wondering what all the fuss is about.      source