Break Through: Why We Can't Leave Saving the Planet to Environmentalists by Michael Shellenberger, Ted Nordhaus

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Break Through: Why We Can't Leave Saving the Planet to Environmentalists

'“Break Through helps to structure a much needed political dialogue of possibility.” —Richard Florida, author of Rise of the Creative Class “Break Through illuminates a new and empowering politics for America.” —Ross Gelbspan, author of The Heat Is On and Boiling Point “A bracing manifesto sure to launch a debate long overdue in the environmental movement.” —Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma “Break Through is a must-read.” —Ariel Levy, author of Female Chauvinist Pigs “Break Through is a provocative case against an erstwhile declaration of defeat.” —Seed Magazine “Could turn out to be the best thing to happen to environmentalism since Rachel Carson's ‘Silent Spring.’” —Wired Magazine “Unremittingly interesting, sharp, and wide-ranging . . . provides a great deal of thoughtful comment.” —Bill McKibben The New York Review of Books “An urgent, engaging work . . . Nordhaus and Shellenberger sail through the fog of instant-doomsday pessimism.” —Gregg Easterbrook, Democracy Journal'
'“Break Through helps to structure a much needed political dialogue of possibility.” —Richard Florida, author of Rise of the Creative Class “Break Through illuminates a new and empowering politics for America.” —Ross Gelbspan, author of The Heat Is On and Boiling Point “A bracing manifesto sure to launch a debate long overdue in the environmental movement.” —Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma “Break Through is a must-read.” —Ariel Levy, author of Female Chauvinist Pigs “Break Through is a provocative case against an erstwhile declaration of defeat.” —Seed Magazine “Could turn out to be the best thing to happen to environmentalism since Rachel Carson's ‘Silent Spring.’” —Wired Magazine “Unremittingly interesting, sharp, and wide-ranging . . . provides a great deal of thoughtful comment.” —Bill McKibben The New York Review of Books “An urgent, engaging work . . . Nordhaus and Shellenberger sail through the fog of instant-doomsday pessimism.” —Gregg Easterbrook, Democracy Journal'
Publisher: Mariner Books ISBN: 9780547348377 Pages: 256