Carbon Shock:
Seeking Equilibrium in the Climate-Disrupted Economy

Scientists describe the climate-havoc wrought on our natural world as the end of 'stationarity' a shift of the ecosystem so profound that it is no longer possible to extrapolate into the future from past patterns. Award-winning environmental journalist, Mark Schapiro, takes us on a journey to the tension points where these shifts are vividly underway.

Carbon Shock: Seeking Equilibrium in the Climate-Disrupted Economy

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