Do you want to help save human civilisation? If so, this book is for you. How to Fix a Broken Planet describes the ten catastrophic risks that menace human civilisation and our planet, and what we can all do to overcome or mitigate them. It explains what must be done globally to avert each megathreat, and what each of us can do in our own lives to help preserve a habitable world. It offers the first truly integrated world plan-of-action for a more sustainable human society - and fresh hope. A must-read for anyone seeking sound practical advice on what citizens, governments, companies, and community groups can do to safeguard our future.
Paul Ehrlich - author of The Annihilation of Nature
Bob Douglas AO - Australian National University
Will Steffen - Australian National University
Geoff Holland - author of The Hydrogen Age
Dana Hunnes - author of Recipe for Survival: What You Can Do to Live a Healthier and More Environmentally Friendly Life
Lyle Lewis - Former Endangered Species Biologist, U.S. Department of Interior
John Kerin AO - Minister for Primary Industries and Energy in the Australian Hawke Government 1983–1991
Gordon Weiss - World Food Programme’s East Africa co-ordinator
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