Tag Archives: Tim Flannery

Now or Never

“Shocking . . . [Flannery] writes for a general audience with passion and clarity.” —Jim Hansen

Astonishing Animals

“Flannery’s text is lively and informative, veering easily between droll descriptions and poignant warnings about disappearing habitats. As beautiful as it is fascinating, this…

The Weather Makers

“At last, here is a clear and readable account of one of the most important but controversial issues facing everyone in the world today….

Throwim Way Leg

“[Throwim Way Leg] is an enthralling introduction to the mountain people of New Guinea–unimaginably remote, charming, cunning, cruel, subtle and appealing–and to their magnificent…

Here on Earth

Here on Earth is a remarkably accessible and dramatic narrative about the history of our planet and the evolution of our species, written by…

A Gap in Nature

“Reverently, [Flannery] tells the story of each animal–the great auk, the passenger pigeon, the red gazelle, the dodo–and, with Schouten’s vividly expressive paintings, the…

The Future Eaters

“Like the present-day incarnation of some early-nineteenth-century explorer-scholar, Tim Flannery refuses to be fenced in. . . . [The Future Eaters] will stir imaginations–and…