Synopses & Reviews
The New Earth From Above: 365 Days
is now fully revised and updated. Reaching across the continents, from the icebergs of Antarctica to the cotton fields of India, the breathtaking, full-color photographs are accompanied by informative new text that describes the environmental concerns related to each location. Each chapter of the book opens with an insightful introduction by a different noted author who addresses a subject critical to the future of our planet: agriculture, biodiversity, sustainable development, energy, forests, water, and global warming.
This edition includes 60 new and unpublished photos taken by Arthus-Bertrand over the past few years. The text throughout the book is revised to reflect changes in the world since the last publication, and includes three new authors: the heads of WWF France and the Observatory of Renewable Resources, and the president of Alter Eco, a fair trade firm.and#160;Yann Arthus-Bertrandand#8217;s powerful aerial photographs reveal the incidental beauty of our planet and are reminders of our capacity to save or destroy it.
Reaching across the continents, from the icebergs of Antarctica to the cotton fields of India, these breathtaking, full-color photographs are accompanied by informative new text that describes the environmental concerns related to each location.
About the Author
and#8217;s more than 40 books include the multimillion-copy international bestseller Earth From Above
. His photography regularly appears in magazines such as National Geographic, Life, GEO,
and Sierra Magazine.
He is the chairman of GoodPlanet, a nonprofit association for the promotion of sustainable development. He also directed a series of four, 2-hour documentaries based on Earth From Above
and is the director of the film Home.
He lives in France.