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Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed (original 2005; udgave 2004)

af Jared Diamond

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Medlem:Kateingilo
Titel:Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed
Forfattere:Jared Diamond
Info:Viking Adult (2004), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 592 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed af Jared Diamond (Author) (2005)

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Indeholder "List of Maps", "Prologue: A Tale of Two Farms", " Two farms", " Collapses, past and present", " Vanished Edens?", " A five-point framework", " Businesses and the environment", " The comparative method", " Plan of the book", "Part One: Modern Montana", "Chapter 1: Under Montana's Big Sky", " Stan Falkow's story", " Montana and me", " Why begin with Montana?", " Montana's economic history", " Mining", " Forests", " Soil", " Water", " Native and non-native species", " Differing visions", " Attitudes towards regulation", " Rick Laible's story", " Chip Pigman's story", " Tim Huls's story", " John Cook's story", " Montana, model of the world", "Part Two: Past Societies", "Chapter 2: Twilight at Easter", "The quarry's mysteries", " Easter's geography and history", " People and food", " Chiefs, clans, and commoners", " Platforms and statues", " Carving, transporting, erecting", " The vanished forest", " Consequences for society", " Europeans and explanations", " Why was Easter fragile?", " Easter as metaphor", "Chapter 3: The Last People Alive: Pitcairn and Henderson Islands", " Pitcairn before the Bounty", " Three dissimilar islands", " Trade", " The movie's ending", "Chapter 4: The Ancient Ones: The Anasazi and Their Neighbors", " Desert farmers", " Tree rings", " Agricultural strategies", " Chaco's problems and packrats", " Regional integration", " Chaco's decline and end", " Chaco's message", "Chapter 5: The Maya Collapses", " Mysteries of lost cities", " The Maya environment", " Maya agriculture", " Maya history", " Copan", " Complexities of collapses", " Wars and droughts", " Collapse in the southern lowlands", " The Maya message", "Chapter 6: The Viking Prelude and Fugues", " Experiments in the Atlantic", " The Viking explosion", " Autocatalysis", " Viking agriculture", " Iron", " Viking chiefs", " Viking religion", " Orkneys, Shetlands, Faeroes", " Iceland's environment", " Iceland's history", " Iceland in context", " Vinland", "Chapter 7: Norse Greenland's Flowering", " Europe's outpost", " Greenland's climate today", " Climate in the past", " Native plants and animals", " Norse settlement", " Farming", " Hunting and fishing", " An integrated economy", " Society", " Trade with Europe", " Self-image", "Chapter 8: Norse Greenland's End", " Introduction to the end", " Deforestation", " Soil and turf damage", " The Inuit's predecessors", " Inuit subsistence", " Inuit/Norse relations", " The end", " Ultimate causes of the end", "Chapter 9: Opposite Paths to Success", " Bottom up, top down", " New Guinea highlands", " Tikopia", " Tokugawa problems", " Tokugawa solutions", " Why Japan succeeded", " Other successes", "Part Three: Modern Societies", "Chapter 10: Malthus in Africa: Rwanda's Genocide", " A dilemma", " Events in Rwanda", " More than ethnic hatred", " Buildup in Kanama", " Explosion in Kanama", " Why it happened", "Chapter 11: One Island, Two Peoples, Two Histories: The Dominican Republic and Haiti", " Differences", " Histories", " Causes of divergence", " Dominican environmental impacts", " Balaguer", " The Dominican environment today", " The future", "Chapter 12: China, Lurching Giant", " China's significance", " Background", " Air, water, soil", " Habitat, species, megaprojects", " Consequences", " Connections", " The future", "Chapter 13: 'Mining' Australia", " Australia's significance", " Soils", " Water", " Distance", " Early history", " Imported values", " Trade and immigration", " Land degradation", " Other environmental problems", " Signs of hope and change", "Part Four: Practical Lessons", "Chapter 14: Why Do Some Societies Make Disastrous Decisions?", " Road map for success", " Failure to anticipate", " Failure to perceive", " Rational bad behavior", " Disastrous values", " Other irrational failures", " Unsuccessful solutions", " Signs of hope", "Chapter 15: Big Businesses and the Environment: Different Conditions, Different Outcomes", " Resource extraction", " Two oil fields", " Oil company motives", " Hardrock mining operations", " Mining company motives", " Differences among mining companies", " The logging industry", " Forest Stewardship Council", " The seafood industry", " Businesses and the public", "Chapter 16: The World as a Polder: What Does It All Mean to Us Today?", " Introduction", " The most serious problems", " If we don't solve them ...", " Life in Los Angeles", " One-liner objections", " The past and the present", " Reasons for hope", "Acknowledgments", "Further Readings", "Index", "Illustration Credits".

En meget tankevækkende gennemgang af samfund, der er styret lige ud i et kollaps. ( )
  bnielsen | Nov 26, 2016 |
Taken together, ''Guns, Germs, and Steel'' and ''Collapse'' represent one of the most significant projects embarked upon by any intellectual of our generation. They are magnificent books: extraordinary in erudition and originality, compelling in their ability to relate the digitized pandemonium of the present to the hushed agrarian sunrises of the far past. I read both thinking what literature might be like if every author knew so much, wrote so clearly and formed arguments with such care. All of which makes the two books exasperating, because both come to conclusions that are probably wrong.
 
Mr. Diamond -- who has academic training in physiology, geography and evolutionary biology -- is a lucid writer with an ability to make arcane scientific concepts readily accessible to the lay reader, and his case studies of failed cultures are never less than compelling.
 
Human behaviour towards the ecosphere has become dysfunctional and now arguably threatens our own long-term security. The real problem is that the modern world remains in the sway of a dangerously illusory cultural myth. Like Lomborg, most governments and international agencies seem to believe that the human enterprise is somehow 'decoupling' from the environment, and so is poised for unlimited expansion. Jared Diamond's new book, Collapse, confronts this contradiction head-on. It is essential reading for anyone who is unafraid to be disillusioned if it means they can walk into the future with their eyes open.
tilføjet af hailelib | RedigerNature, William Rees (Jan 6, 2005)
 
Diamond is at pains to stress the objectivity he has brought to bear on a sequence of collapse scenarios that often continue to generate serious controversy, and for the most part (until the final chapter) leaves it up to the reader to draw down any conclusions from these scenarios that may be relevant to our own societies today.
 

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Who said: "Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command,
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