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Life: Selected Writings

Tim Flannery

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Text Publishing Company
04 November 2019
Mathematics & Sciences; The environment
Tim Flannery is one of the world's great thinkers, environmental scientists and writers. Sir David Attenborough once described him as being 'in the league of the all-time great explorers like Dr David Livingstone.' This definitive collection of his work brings together thirty years of essays, speeches and occasional writing on palaeontology, mammology, environmental science and history, including the science of climate change and the challenges and opportunities we face in addressing this issue, so critical for all of us.
By:   Tim Flannery
Imprint:   Text Publishing Company
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 240mm,  Width: 164mm,  Spine: 43mm
Weight:   845g
ISBN:   9781922268297
ISBN 10:   1922268291
Pages:   512
Publication Date:   04 November 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Tim Flannery is a paleontologist, explorer and conservationist, a leading writer on climate change, and the 2007 Australian of the Year. His books include the award-winning international bestseller The Weather Makers, Here on Earth and Atmosphere of Hope. He is currently chief councillor of the Climate Council.

Reviews for Life: Selected Writings

'No one tells it better than Tim Flannery.' * David Suzuki * 'Flannery synthesises a vast range of scientific studies and a decent selection of historical and cultural writings, leavening those with his own forceful ideas.' * New York Times Book Review * 'Flannery is a writer who sneezes at political correctness and charges into the densely land-mined territory of the biological determinants of human behaviour.' * Washington Post * 'Flannery is a master storyteller, with an eye for the revealing detail.' * Australian Book Review * 'This man is a national treasure, and we should heed his every word.' * Sunday Telegraph *


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