The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption

The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption

As seen in Men?s Journal, Smithsonian.com, and The Guardian The author who Jeremy Scahill calls the ?quintessential unembedded reporter? visits ?hot spots? around the world in a global quest to discover how we will cope with our planet?s changing ecosystems After nearly a decade overseas as a war reporter, the acclaimed journalist Dahr Jamail returned to America to renew hi As seen in Men?s Journal, Smithsonian.com, and The Guardian The author who Jeremy Scahill calls the ...

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Title:The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption
Author:Dahr Jamail
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Genres:Science
ISBN:B079G4NJVD
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:264 pages pages

The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption Reviews

  • Padma Ghosh
    Mar 10, 2019
    There isn?t a single sentence in the book that is worth bookmarking for its beauty or imagination. Cliche-ridden, banal prose. One would be better informed just reading regular media coverage of climate change. No new insights about or hypotheses around the current crisis. The book h...
  • Ramin
    Jan 30, 2019
    [ I'm a fan of this new book, as you can tell from my book review in Smithsonian magazine. Here's an excerpt of that piece, and please go here to read the whole thing: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/scienc... ] The Aleutian people of the tundra-covered Alaskan island of St. Paul, hu...
  • Emily
    Mar 09, 2019
    Critical reading for literate earthlings ...
  • Jennifer
    Feb 16, 2019
    Not easy to read a book that outlines all the ways our environment is reaching tipping points, but a necessary read. I appreciated the author's conclusion: that we need to get beyond hopeful/hopeless and reach a point of being hope-free so that we can grieve and honor the world we are ...
  • Sara
    Feb 20, 2019
    While most of us are well aware of climate change and its causes, some still refuse to accept it. This book is disheartening in its study of its effects all over our planet from the rapidly melting ice in the Arctic including Alaska and Glacier National Park to the rising sea levels in...
  • Elisabeth
    Mar 02, 2019
    Dahr Jamail does a wonderful job weaving stories and experiences in with the brutal data about climate change. ...
  • Matt
    Dec 18, 2018
    This book was, well, depressing. It presents an utterly convincing case that humans are destroying the planet, and that we are negatively affecting pretty much every ecosystem, from the Alaskan tundra to the Great Barrier Reef, to the Sierra Nevada range, to the Amazon Rainforest. Unfo...
  • Felice Kelly
    Feb 07, 2019
    Climate change due to anthropogenic CO2 and methane emissions is changing life on earth, leading to the loss of thousands of species, the loss of ways of life, and the melting of the glaciers. The End of Ice takes an unflinching look at these changes and compiles the stories of the peo...
  • Steve Donoghue
    Jan 19, 2019
    There's no way for a book like this - a smart and careful inquiry into the precise mechanics of the climate change apocalypse - can be called uplifting reading, but Dahr Jamail's book is certainly riveting. My full review: https://openlettersreview.com/open-le... ...
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    Mar 14, 2019
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  • Carolyn McBride
    Jan 19, 2019
    This is a highly readable, chilling (no pun intended) eye-opening book. Everyone should read this, especially those that refuse to believe that climate change is real. How can anyone deny global warming when faced with a line such as this? "A child born today will see an Everest largel...
  • Bart
    Feb 05, 2019
    Dahr Jamail is the author of three books growing out of his experience as an unembedded journalist in Iraq. But he says what he learned while researching The End Of Ice shook him even more deeply than did his reporting from Iraq. He is also an experienced and dedicated mountaineer w...
  • Randall Wallace
    Feb 23, 2019
    If you stopped all human activity today, ?it would take another 25,000 years for what is currently in the atmosphere to be absorbed into the oceans.? Picture it this way: ?130 feet of sea level rise that is already baked into Earth?s climate system.? In New York City, Wanless...
  • Kirsten Eckert-Smith
    Feb 09, 2019
    Beautifully written - you can feel his love for this planet that nurtures and sustains us. ...
  • Anneli
    Feb 10, 2019
    Eye-opening and depressing. I mean, I knew most of it before but Dahr Jamail connects the dots and shows the hopelessness of the situation. ...
  • Mike Mccullough
    Mar 14, 2019
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  • Ellen Yarnell
    Mar 05, 2019
    Dahr Jamail takes us on a journey to different pressured sites around the Earth. Talking with scientists about the impact of Climate Change and his reflections on the sorrow of watching the Earth collapse. A lovely, tender book. ...
  • Rob Seimetz
    Feb 01, 2019
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  • Ina Cawl
    Jan 29, 2019
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  • Andrew
    Jan 26, 2019
    We are screwed One of the best reads on the topic of anthropogenic climate disruption. I have never been so certain that all of us collectively have truly fucked up ...
  • Lori Mize
    Feb 07, 2019
    This book is so important. I wish that ever person I know would read it. I wish politicians would read it. Anthropogenic climate disruption is happening faster than even expected by most scientific experts. I hope we can come together as a global community and mitigate some of the thin...
  • Max
    Jan 01, 2019
    The End of Ice is a really serious book about climate disruption. The author travels around and interviews people who are affected by climate change first hand. The book begins with some personal experiences of the author, and then goes on exploring different parts of the world, for ex...
  • Anett Kovacs
    Dec 18, 2018
    Note: I received a digital ARC of this book from NetGalley. In short, The End of Ice by journalist Dahr Jamail is a deeply moving book about climate change. The author takes us on a journey from Denali and Alaska's (not so permanent) permafrost regions through Amazonian rainforest...
  • Rewdy
    Feb 25, 2019
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  • Mark Valentine
    Nov 22, 2018
    Impossible to read this and not be moved--to tears, to longing, to action. Jamail's best journalism involves his investigations while being embedded in the field. In his first book, Beyond the Green Zone, he worked as an embedded war journalist in the Iraq-American War--embedded wit...
  • Jade
    Feb 12, 2019
    Though a difficult read (due to the depressing nature of the content), this book proved to feel more like therapy to me. Faced with not just harrowing statistics, but specific and intimate descriptions from senior scientists of what exactly climate change currently looks like and will ...
  • Luca Rossotti
    Mar 09, 2019
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  • Amit Verma
    Jan 01, 2019
    This book by a journalist who has worked in Iraq and has deep longing and concern for our nature. Book is enjoyable, pierecing, accurate, detailed and contemporary. Author covers all facets of our ecology damaged by blind mindless pursuit of industrious human beings. . Deeply movin...
  • Rebecca Kehler
    Feb 14, 2019
    This book is written without acknowledging that the human appetite for animal flesh and products is the biggest reason we got to this point. It instead blames climate change for our declining ability to exploit animals. The whole time I was reading this I thought it was a very bad joke...
  • Ray Guzman
    Mar 06, 2019
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