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The Day After Tomorrow: Images of Our Earth in Crisis

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The Day After Tomorrow takes readers on a journey to bear witness to the environmental destruction that is currently plaguing our planet; from a forest in West Virginia devastated by mountaintop removal mining, to a region in Florida left in ruins by the phosphate mining industry, J. Henry Fair presents hard evidence that our unchecked consume
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Hardcover, 144 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by powerHouse Books (first published January 4th 2011)
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Brian
Apr 09, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: photography
This is a beautiful and terrifying book. It shows aerial photographs of waste impoundments and other hazardous residues of industrial processes, such as extraction (as in mining), refining (of ores into metals and paper pulp processing). These photos are typically brightly colored due to the heavy metals and corrosives they contain.

These sites are primarily from the American southeast, but they are scattered all over the country and world. In the US, industry groups have successfully lobbied Con
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Paige
Sep 19, 2012 marked it as to-read
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From the summary:

"...Fair’s images reveal the calamitous effects of our consumer culture’s insatiable appetite for natural resources."

"...provide indisputable evidence that the way we eat, commute, and manufacture is collectively destroying the Earth, and we must change the way we live if we expect our planet to survive."
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