60 pages, staple-bound softcover, 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Black and white on cream paper, with foil embossing on the cover. New.
"Generations ago, humanity sowed the seeds of its own demise by exploiting the powers of nature. Some tried to stop it, but not enough did. The sun turned cities into kilns, and the sea crept steadily inland. Millions of fish washed ashore, birds fell from the sky, and blight wiped out the trees. Towering floods and withering droughts led to displacement and social collapse. Those who did the least to cause it suffered the most."
By Ary Ramsey.