with Hubert Reeves
Our planet is in bad shape: global warming, depletion of natural resources, soil and water pollution caused by civil and war industries, wealth disparity, human malnutrition, staggering rate of extinction of living species, etc... The situation is it really dramatic?
What should we think of theses that challenge this pessimism? Based on the most credible scientific data – and their uncertainties – the authors draw up a precise assessment of the threats that weigh on the planet. An alarming diagnosis: if life on Earth is robust, it is the future of the human species that is in question.
Will the fate of the human adventure, which began millions of years ago, be played out in the space of a few decades? Our future is in our hands. We must react before it is too late.
What the press says
“The essential breviary for the children of the earth and the precautionary principle in the form of interviews with the famous astrophysicist. From the "change of air" to the "change of era", from our "animal brothers" to the review of a "soiled planet" like the stables of Augias... a scholarly, lively and restless walk" Le Monde de education
“Fasten your seatbelts, the landing is brutal! Mal de terre draws up the sad balance sheet of the state of our planet. Our good old land is going badly… Hubert Reeves' talents as a popularizer work wonders here. » For science
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