30 The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming Lessons
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60 Short Essay Questions
20 Essay Questions
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The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming Overview
The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming is a nonfiction book by American journalist David Wallace-Wells. Expanded from an original article in New York Magazine by the same title, the book presents a grim future of the next century if actions are not taken to slow global warming. Wallace-Wells looks at the impacts of climate change on oceans, freshwater sources, drought, wildfire, famine, and global economics. The Uninhabitable Earth is a controversial, well-researched, and compelling examination of a future world in which today's natural disasters and extreme weather phenomena increase in their strength and destruction.
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