"If there is one reason to read Mark Lynas' book The God Species, it's because of his exposition of the 'planetary boundaries' concept." -"Scientific American"
"I believe it would behoove anyone who has an opinion about the future of our planet to read The God Species." -"Forbes "
"Lynas's book is at the top of my must-read pile." -Dot Earth blog, Andrew Revkin, "New York Times"
"An accurate portrayal of the state of the planet and a call to action using all means possible before boundaries are crossed with irreversible results." -"Kirkus "
"Readers who were previously unaware of the scope of humanity's effects on the world--on its climate, its biogeochemical cycles, the chemistry of its oceans, the color of its sky, the flow of its rivers, the number of its species and more--may find themselves shocked by its relentless exposition. Meanwhile many readers who are already alarmed by the state of the environment will find themselves shocked by what Mr. Lynas wants to do about it...his views are certainly not yet common currency, and...that makes his position both more interesting and more compelling." -"The Economist"
"For all the angst this book may cause his Green allies, there can be no doubting his seriousness about climate change...This is a clear-eyed, hard-headed assessment of the ecological challenges facing us - and all the more bracing for it...vigorously provocative" -"London Evening Standard"
"The power of Lynas's voice comes not just from his famously deep research... but also his authority as a campaigner." "--Sunday Times of London "
"The most attention-grabbing passages in the book come in Lynas's denunciations of the green movement." -"The Guardian"
"Lynas is to be commended for producing a work that challenges so many green movement taboos and for recognising the importance of hard science - such as nuclear power and genetic engineering - and sound economics as potential saviours ofshow more