The End of the Long Summer

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2010-07-13
  • Publisher: Broadway Books
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In this powerful and prescient book, Dianne Dumanoski moves beyond climate change buzzwords to provide an understanding of our looming environmental chaos. Though the message is grave, it is not without hope. Eloquent and deeply sobering, The End of the Long Summer examines the roots of our planetary crisis and reveals how we must prepare for a future of unpredictable change. Book jacket.

Author Biography

DIANNE DUMANOSKI is an award-winning journalist who writes on environmental issues and is the coauthor of Our Stolen Future. She lives in Massachusetts.

From the Hardcover edition.

Table of Contents

The Future Head-Onp. 1
The Planetary Erap. 11
Lessons from the Ozone Holep. 33
The Return of Naturep. 66
A Stormworthy Lineagep. 95
Playing Prospero: The Temptations of Technofixp. 130
On Vulnerability and Survivabilityp. 168
A New Map for the Planetary Erap. 215
Honest Hopep. 247
Notesp. 253
Acknowledgmentsp. 293
Indexp. 297
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