(title, author or ISBN)

(Click image for large version)

Dyandi
Author: Timothy Doyle RRP A$9.99
Publisher: Melbourne Books Pub Date: 2014-02-24
BIC Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945) ISBN: 9781922129383
BISAC Category1: FICTION / Political
BISAC Category2: FICTION / Literary

Description:

Dr Thomas McMahon, a self-assured and ambitious Australian environmentalist, journeys into the Philippines, intending to 'save' the tribal peoples of Mindanao and their mountain environment from the exploitation of Horizon Mining Corporation (HMC). Instead, the country changes him in ways that he never thought possible.
Tom is in his mid-thirties, married, with a successful academic career and important international environmental connections. He heads The Melbourne Environment Centre, which locks horns with the Company. This battle spills over into the Philippines, where HMC is launching a new mining operation after uncovering the largest copper deposit in Asia.
As a political pragmatist who campaigns on climate change and sustainable development, Tom becomes enmeshed in a network of green militant insurgents who see him and his campaign as part of the problem. Tom discovers that people are the primary threatened species - not birds, pandas or whales.


Buy this ebook from:

Kindle

Amazon USA

(Also available from the Amazon stores in:
Australia, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain
Mexico, Brazil, Japan and India )

iBooks

iBookstore (Australia)

(Also available on the iBookstore in:
US, Canada, UK, New Zealand,
France, Germany and 44 other countries)


Kobo
Kobobooks.com

(also available from Kobo partners including:
Bookworld, Chapters/Indigo, WH Smith, Pages & Pages)

Booktopia
Booktopia.com.au


eBooks also available from a wide range of retailers, library supply platforms and distributors including:

Blio/Axis360, Bolinda, eBooks.com, Gardners, Google Play, Ingram Coresource,
James Bennett, Kalahari, Odillo, Peter Pal, Wheelers.