David Wallace-Wells’ The Uninhabitable Earth: A Climate Emergency Literature

David Wallace-Wells

Andhyta F. Utami

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In 2017, David Wallace-Wells wrote an essay for New York Magazine, depicting the worst-case scenarios for global warming. He portrayed plague, famine, and collapsing economy, among other distressing issues. The essay sparked numerous debates, and two years later, he expanded it into Uninhabitable Earth. In the book, the journalist and author carefully examined the impact of climate change on our planet and our culture and emotional lives. His writing incited contradictory responses. Some say he's a reckless alarmist, while others praise him for telling the terrifying truth. 

At Jakarta Content Week 2020, David spoke lengths about the urgency of climate change alongside Andhyta F. Utami, an environmental economist focusing on policies at the intersection of ecological sustainability and human well-being. 

Today, the world continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, weather disasters, and other unsettling signs of climate change. This conversation has become more relevant than ever. 

 

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In 2017, David Wallace-Wells wrote an essay for New York Magazine, depicting the worst-case scenarios for global warming. He portrayed plague, famine, and collapsing economy, among other distressing issues. The essay sparked numerous debates, and two years later, he expanded it into Uninhabitable Earth. In the book, the journalist and author carefully examined the impact of climate change on our planet and our culture and emotional lives. His writing incited contradictory responses. Some say he's a reckless alarmist, while others praise him for telling the terrifying truth. 

At Jakarta Content Week 2020, David spoke lengths about the urgency of climate change alongside Andhyta F. Utami, an environmental economist focusing on policies at the intersection of ecological sustainability and human well-being. 

Today, the world continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, weather disasters, and other unsettling signs of climate change. This conversation has become more relevant than ever. 

 

#climatechange #future

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