An Environmental Writer Asks: What World Will My Daughter Inherit?

From a Washington Post review by Dennis Drabelle headlined “An environmental writer asks: What world will my daughter inherit?”:

In his 1950 acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in literature, William Faulkner said, “I believe that man will not merely endure; he will prevail.” The title of David Gessner’s new book, “A Traveler’s Guide to the End of the World: Tales of Fire, Wind, and Water,” suggests a 21st-century update of Faulkner’s dictum: Man will prevail but might not endure.