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Weight of Nature

How a Changing Climate Changes Our Minds, Brains and Bodies

«This important watershed book has powerful immediacy as it explains in a clear, warm voice precisely how climate change is making tiny incremental changes in our brains and bodies. Many believe that human brains and bodies can resist or adapt to a warming world. But we learn here that there are limits. Penetrating, intensely personal, and impossible to put down, this is a book you need to read»

Annie Proulx, winner of the Pulitzer Prize
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Detaljer

Forlag
Allen Lane
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
336
ISBN
9780241597378
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
24 x 16 cm

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«This important watershed book has powerful immediacy as it explains in a clear, warm voice precisely how climate change is making tiny incremental changes in our brains and bodies. Many believe that human brains and bodies can resist or adapt to a warming world. But we learn here that there are limits. Penetrating, intensely personal, and impossible to put down, this is a book you need to read»

Annie Proulx, winner of the Pulitzer Prize

«It's hard, at this late date, to write something profound and new about the overarching crisis of our times. But Clayton Aldern has succeeded - this book is a triumph, rigorous in its reporting but also in its thinking and feeling. I learned an awful lot»

Bill McKibben

«What a book! Profound, revelatory, exquisitely writtenThe Weight of Nature is an unnerving insight into the effects climate change is having on us, as human beings, right now. This is vital, urgent reading, a lifeline to lead us out of the labyrinth.»

Isabella Tree

«Clayton Page Aldern’s writing is so engaging, his research so novel, and his inquiry into our brains and bodies so timely and revealing that this is a rare climate change book you’ll actually savor»

Alan Weisman, author of THE WORLD WITHOUT US and COUNTDOWN

«Urgently necessary… A lyrical and scientifically rigorous account of the emotional and physical toll climate change is taking on the human brain»

Kirkus Reviews (Starred)

«Gripping... completely blew my mind»

Heatmap

«The Weight of Nature is a funny, moving and extraordinarily necessary tour through an area of science that might be more important than any other. It is beautifully researched, fascinating and deeply awe-inspiring: showing how much more connected we are to our physical environment than I could possibly have imagined. I defy anyone not to come away moved, entertained, and changed»

Xand van Tulleken

«A neuroscientist shows the myriad ways that our warming climate is making us cranky, dopey and sick… Aldern has managed to do something that most books about climate change fail to: cast the problem in a new light, revealing it to be more insidious than it first appeared»

Ben Cooke, The Times

«Elegant, convincingly argueda calm voice in a world of chaos … impossible to ignore»

Philippa Nuttall, New Statesman

«Aldern is the rare writer who dares to ask how climate change has already changed us»

The New York Times, Book Review

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