Climate change, shrinking wildlife habits, rising sea levels, and vanishing species. These are big ideas that deserve a proper exploration, and it’s just the type of revealing journey readers will experience in The Atlas of Climate Change. This design-forward book pairs lucid, engaging text with maps and infographics that make complex ecological information not only comprehensible but compelling. Driven by a variety of datasets, the graphics will illustrate multifaceted ecological change with clarity and aesthetic appeal in equal measure.
Nature itself charts the course, with chapters devoted to atmosphere, water, land, wildlife, and uban ecology. The Atlas of Climate Change tells a larger story about what drives environmental changes, outlining the historical developments behind each topic, while detailing their current state and possible future. This incredible journey will empower readers with the knowledge and perspective necessary to act as environmental stewards in their everyday lives.