Environment and Climate
To complement the essays, commentaries, reviews, and photographic essay in this issue, we asked a group of leading environmentalists, scientists, commentators, and writers what they regard as the most urgent action needed for environmental reform.
There is an urgent need for widespread recognition of the interrelationship between the ...
Climate, Science, and Colonization: Histories from Australia and New Zealand edited by James Beattie, Emily O'Gorman, and Matthew Henry
Running Out?: Water in Western Australia by Ruth A. Morgan
Climate Shock: The economic consequences of a hotter planet by Gernot Wagner and Martin L. Weitzman
Many years ago, after working for a while in Europe, we returned to Australia via America. We picked up a car in Atlanta and drove through sprawling cities, alarming slums, and abandoned downtowns. Across Mississippi and the broad, reassuring openness of Texas, to Arizona and the Grand Canyon, we passed through the alien electrics of Las Vegas, down into Death Valle ...