Eugene Linden is an award-winning journalist and the author of The Parrot's Lament, The Future in Plain Sight, Silent Partners, and several other books on animals, the environment, and other issues relating to humanity's place in the natural order. His previous book on climate change, Winds of Change, received the Grantham Prize Special Award of Merit. He has consulted for the U.S. State Department, the UN Development Program, and he is a widely traveled speaker and lecturer before audiences ranging from the intelligence community to the congregation of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine. He lives in the Hudson Valley, in New York.
Fascinating ... This will be a telling story for a long time to come (assuming we're around to hear it) -- Bill McKibben Urgent, meticulous ... Linden pulls no punches * Publishers Weekly * Praise for The Winds of Change * - * Beautifully written ... a very thought-provoking volume. Linden manages to weave history, science, and narrative together in a compelling way * Science * Impressive ... Linden takes a penetrating historical view * The New York Times * Fascinating * NPR * Invaluable * Washington Post * Linden expertly and succinctly describes the natural cycles that control climate and the many ways they interact * Nature * Should be required reading for policy makers across the globe -- Doug Macdougall * Chronicle of Higher Education * Fascinating-a tour de force. Linden has accumulated a greater comprehension of paleo-climatic and oceanographic issues than all but a very few scientists. I have nothing but admiration for this book -- George Woodwell, founder of the Woodwell Climate Center and former president of the Ecological Society of America In-depth, expertly researched, eminently readable ... Linden combines analysis with solutions as to where humanity should and may go, and those solutions should surprise, enrage, and enlighten readers... Fire and Flood should be on every person's bookshelf -- Laure Hiatt * Library Journal * A hard-hitting study of contemporary climate change, exploring how science, business and public perception have become dangerously misaligned ... Linden cuts through the thickets of information to deftly guide the reader towards knowledge that is urgently required in this troubling age * BBC History * Refreshing... Eugene Linden tells a sorry story of good intentions backed by serious research * The Energy Mix * Linden's aim is true and, even if he doesn't name names, his analysis of the financial industry's role in the climate crisis is fresh... Fire and Flood stays on the shelf * Literary Review *