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Description - Servatur Gaiae by Jonathon Rafferty

John, an environmental scientist and his wife Angela enjoy a romantic holiday away from their work and children. After seven years together, they are still very much in love and try for a third baby, but to no avail. Is the cause of their lack of success the same as problems affecting tropical rain forest workers? Pablo, one such worker, becomes severely ill, his site is shutdown, and he is forced to seek work elsewhere. En route he finds himself on the run from drug gangsters before arriving in England. To uncover what's happening, John has to assemble a team to investigate the problem. Professor Andrew Kowalski, chosen to lead the team, hears a message from an amazing electronic 'Box' that appears while they are on expedition in the jungle. This explains what will happen worldwide due to overpopulation, overconsumption of the earth's resources and habitat destruction. How will the Professor convey this message to the world leaders? And, will they work together to do anything about it?

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781784558925
ISBN-10: 1784558923
Format: Hardback
(198mm x 129mm x mm)
Pages: 274
Imprint: Austin Macauley Publishers
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Publish Date: 31-Aug-2015
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Jonathon Rafferty

The author spent his career as a Chemical Engineer working in several locations around the world, and the sights and background to this book owe much to that life. His view of the World's ability to control the potential disasters highlighted in this novel is not very optimistic.