The last 10,000 years have been humanity's day in the sun, we planted the first crops, domesticated animals and built civilisations. Yet all that is about to change. Tim Flannery argues for the need to address the implications of a global change, that is damaging all life on Earth, and endangering our very survival.
Winner of NSW Premier's Literary Award Gleebooks Award for Cultural & Literary Criticism 2006.
Winner of NSW Premier's Literary Award Book of the Year 2006.
Winner of ABIA Australian General Non-fiction Book of the Year 2006.
Shortlisted for ABIA Australian Book of the Year 2006.
Shortlisted for Age Book of the Year: Non-fiction 2006.