Too Late.

ebook How we lost the battle with climate change

By Geoffrey Maslen

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Too little, too late.The physical evidence of climate change is becoming more dramatic every year: record-breaking heatwaves, retreating forests, polar ice melting, floods, droughts and storms. Climate scientists are concerned that much of this is now irreversible – with disastrous consequences for all life on Earth.In Too Late., Geoffrey Maslen paints a sobering picture of the state of our planet and discusses how successive governments have failed to initiate change. Drawing on the work of leading climate scientists, this book is an urgent reminder that we have reached the point of no return. It is essential reading for anyone who cares about our planet's future and what we leave for the generations to come.About the author

Geoffrey Maslen is a former industrial chemist, college lecturer in science and a journalist. A long-time education editor at The Age newspaper, he has written for a range of international publications and is the author of nine books, including An Uncertain Future: Australian Birdlife in Danger,published by Hardie Grant in 2017.

Too Late.