"This book deserves a place on any shelf where “health” holds a perch. Refer to it, rely on it, and practice as it preaches." Read the full review in the American Journal of Health's25 Best Books of All Time.
"I would recommend biodiversity and conservation scientists to read this book because it shows how our understanding of the complexities and interaction of the natural world have direct relevance to managing many existing and emerging human diseases." - Read Iain Gordon's review in Biodiversity and Conservation
"The planet’s health is an unfolding drama, but it’s not time to give up hope." - Read Harold Henderson's review in Planning Magazine
"It seems difficult to imagine a better framework for understanding Earth’s contemporary human-environmental dynamics. This book is a must-read for anyone passionate about creating better outcomes for more people, far into the future." - Read Jared Green's review in The Dirt