• Craig Hunter

Bill McKibben's 'The End of Nature'

I read this in 2019, thirty years after it's initial publication in 1989 but the topics felt as relevant as if it was published .

The book argues that Nature, once an unrelenting force that man could not subjugate, has come to an end and that there is no place remaining that has not been affected by the force of man.

The book is highly approachable at just over 200 pages and very well written. It's both sad and compelling.

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