Ten Billion

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Vintage | Sep 10, 2013 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9780345806468

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    Vintage | Sep 10, 2013 | 224 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780345806475

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    Vintage | Sep 10, 2013 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9780345806468

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    Random House Audio | Sep 10, 2013 | 74 Minutes | ISBN 9780804193078

Praise

“A rallying call to arms. . . . Succinct and righteously pessimistic. . . . [with] an indispensible message to galvanize a world in potential crisis.”
    —Kirkus Reviews
 

Praise from the U.K. for TEN BILLION

“The cumulative effect of [Emmott’s] uncluttered, unadorned prose, buttressed with graphs and illustrations, is significant. . . . A spine-chilling warning of the environmental disaster that awaits the Earth.”
    —The Daily Telegraph (4 stars)
 
“Powerful. . . . Compelling. . . . The shift in thinking that will be needed if we are to prepare ourselves for living in a different world begins with reading Emmott’s indispensable book.”
    –The Guardian 
 
“A stark, simple and short warning about the coming catastrophe, which [Emmott] feels is inevitable, resulting from human overpopulation and over-exploitation of the world’s resources. . . . A valuable contribution to rekindling a discussion on global population that has waxed and waned in the two centuries since Thomas Robert Malthus first brought the issue to public attention.”
      –Financial Times

Acclaim for the theater production of TEN BILLION, performed by Stephen Emmott at London’s Royal Court Theatre:

“This an hour of Matrix moments, of reminders of what underlies our daily lives. It’s freeing to face the facts as well as alarming. . . . It informs, unsettles, provokes. Job done.” –The Times (London)

“Professor Emmott argues his case with an implacable logic. He is quiet, humane and deeply concerned and when he says . . . ‘I think we’re fucked,’ you have to believe him.” –The Guardian (London)

“A new kind of talk . . . a daring one-man show in which Emmott desperately strives to pull together into one grand and devastating portrait the many ways we are impacting the planet.” –New Scientist

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