The Memory We Could Be

by Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik
The Memory We Could Be

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The Memory We Could Be attempts to move beyond the sterile, technical language that has pervaded discussions around climate change and ecology. It seeks to counter the bureaucratic prose of our conversations, to humanise the abstraction of global warming, and bring different voices into the conversation. Drawing on a variety of sources - from anthropology to hydrology, botany to economics, agronomy to astrobiology, medicine to oceanography, physics to history - the author weaves a concise, lyrical and powerful story of our relationship with nature.
About the book

The Memory We Could Be attempts to move beyond the sterile, technical language that has pervaded discussions around climate change and ecology. It seeks to counter the bureaucratic prose of our conversations, to humanise the abstraction of global warming, and bring different voices into the conversation. Drawing on a variety of sources - from anthropology to hydrology, botany to economics, agronomy to astrobiology, medicine to oceanography, physics to history - the author weaves a concise, lyrical and powerful story of our relationship with nature.