Climate change from a wild animal's point of view: Adam Welz

From Saturday Morning, 8:10 am on 11 May 2024

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Promising a new kind of environmental journalism, Cape Town-based conservation writer Adam Welz's  book The End of Eden: Wild Nature in the Age of Climate Breakdown explores climate change from the perspective of wild species and natural ecosystems.

Prefering climate breakdown to climate change, Welz argues its most powerful impacts are felt by the natural world, including that of the northern Maine moose, parrots in Puerto Rico, cheetahs in Namibia, and rare fish in Australia - all struggling to survive.