THE END OF EDEN, wild nature in the age of climate breakdown

: Welz (A.)

R 450.00
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271pp., colour illus., paperback, London, 2023


Adam Welz on how wild species are reacting to climate breakdown.

"A book that fundamentally changes us as we read ... Welz expertly weaves together a climate-breakdown education that combines objective scientific discourse with empathetic accounts of the lives and deaths of plants and animals across the globe." Washington Independent Review of Books

“Adam Welz has thrown a wonderfully wide net over the natural world, from birds to corals to mammals, in Europe, North America and Australia, to portray the array of life at risk in a rapidly warming world. He evokes wonder, which may well be the last arrow we have in the quiver to convince us to change our course.” Jim Robbins, New York Times correspondent and author of The Wonder of Birds

Naturalist, environmental writer, photographer, and filmmaker. Adam Welz's work has appeared in The Guardian, Yale Environment 360, The Atlantic, Ensia, and other outlets worldwide. A recipient of a Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism, he currently lives in Cape Town