"A kind of song for the wild, a lament for its loss, and a plea for its restoration" -- New York Review of Books
"An environmental blockbuster ... an extraordinary book," -- Daily Telegraph
"by our actions nature has been irredeemably altered. It is hard to think of anything more chilling." -- Ruth Rendal
About the Author
Bill McKibben is the author of THE AGE OF MISSING INFORMATION and ENOUGH: GENETIC ENGINEERING AND THE END OF HUMAN NATURE, and writes regularly for THE NEW YORKER. He is a regular contributor to THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, THE NEW YORK TIMES and ROLLING STONE.