In Apocalypse Never, Michael Shellenberger makes the case that environmental alarmism hurts us all – by crippling our economy, limiting our choices, and restricting our freedoms. He offers a hopeful alternative vision, based on the latest scientific data, which shows that we can solve environmental problems without sacrificing prosperity or freedom.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for individuals who want to learn about the negative effects of environmental alarmism and how it hurts our economy, choices, and freedoms. It also provides a hopeful alternative vision that takes into account scientific data on ways we can solve environmental problems without sacrificing prosperity or freedom.
- The author is very knowledgable about the topic and provides scientific evidence to support his arguments.
- The book offers a fresh perspective on environmentalism that is sorely needed.
- It is well written and easy to read.
- The author’s argument could be easy to misinterpret
- The book may be preaching to the choir for some readers
- It is not clear how practical the author’s solutions are
Learn more about the author
Michael Shellenberger is an award-winning environmental writer and thinker. A cofounder of the Breakthrough Institute, he has been called “one of America’s most influential liberals” by The New York Times.
“Apocalypse Never is a clear and concise presentation of the current state of environmentalism, its successes, failures, and false promises. It is an important book that all Americans should read.”
“Apocalypse Never is a must-read for anyone interested in environmentalism, public policy, or how to make the world a better place. It’s well written, thought provoking, and thoroughly researched.”
“Apocalypse Never is a fresh, provocative look at environmentalism that should be read by anyone interested in the topic. Michael Shellenberger makes a strong case for why we need to move away from apocalyptic thinking and embrace optimism about our ability to solve environmental problems.”
“If you are at all interested in environmentalism, this book is a must read.”