By Jim Laughter
After billions of individuals die as a result of the failure of Earth’s environment and the continents are rendered uninhabitable, survivors compelled emigrate north needs to conflict nature, raids by means of hungry scavengers, and man’s folly opposed to himself in a geodesic polar urban deep within the Arctic Circle. A physician and faculty professor rescued from the frozen tundra by means of a grizzled outdated hunter is thrust headlong right into a lifestyles and loss of life fight for the life of humanity. Hidden govt conspiracies, a secretive army strength, and the Earth itself threaten to ruin mankind.
In the far-off future—some say the close to future—North the US, northern Asia and Europe will see hundreds of thousands of weather refugees from southern lands hiking northward, and the full decrease forty eight will be less than hazard from the devastating affects of “climate chaos” —from emerging sea degrees to a frightening shortage of nutrition, gasoline and shelter.
Polar urban crimson is determined in an imagined Alaska within the 12 months 2075. however it may well simply in addition be Tokyo or Oslo or Berlin. international warming is without boundary lines, and so are our fears.
“A proposal scan that may prod humans out in their convenience area on climate.” —New York Times
“We can't regard the way forward for the civilized international within the similar method as we see our own futures. The planet could have already handed the tipping element on worldwide warming. Is it already too past due? Are the well-intentioned maintenance campaigns simply feel-good window dressing?” —James Lovelock, CBE, FRS, writer of Gaia: a brand new examine lifestyles in the world (2000)
“We’re seeing the cave in of the Arctic sea ice. This 12 months (2011) by myself, planet Earth misplaced a space of Arctic sea ice two times the scale of British Columbia. The influence at the whole international weather method may be enormous—the Arctic sea ice is the canary within the coal mine, and the canary is nearly dead.” —Dr. Michael Byers, Professor of Politics and foreign legislation on the college of British Columbia