Media Coverage Of Researcher’s Book On Climate Change

Curt Stager, a paleoclimatologist and adjunct research faculty member of UMaine’s Climate Change Institute, was interviewed for a Toronto Star story about his new book, “Deep Future: The Next 100,000 Years of Life on Earth.” The book, which was released earlier this month, focuses on the current era of the earth’s history, when humans have come to dominate and define the planet, and how humans’ dependence on fossil fuels will shape the planet in the deep future. The book was reviewed on Faster Times, which called it a “clear, concise and thought provoking work.” CBC radio program “Quirks and Quarks” also mentioned the book, as did Boston-based radio station WBUR, which broadcast the interview nationally on NPR.