Humans have long believed we could force the natural world to adapt to us; only now are we beginning to face the fact that it is we who will have to adapt to survive and thrive in an unpredictable natural world. A massive transformation of our economy (and with it the way we live our lives) has already begun. In The Age of Resilience, Jeremy Rifkin describes this great transformation and its profound effect on the way we think about the meaning of our existence, our economy, and how we govern ourselves as the earth rewilds around us.

In The Age of Resilience, Jeremy Rifkin ? a world-renowned expert and global governmental advisor on the impact of technological changes on human life and the environment ? has written the defining work on the impact of climate change on the way humans organize their lives.

'This book invites us to engage in a radically new conversation about our species' future. It's long overdue' - Jane Goodall.