The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: An Environmental History (Routledge 2014)

Shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s History Awards 2015
Community and Regional History Prize

“Cameron Muir has produced a brilliant, far-reaching book that combines environmental and agricultural approaches to urgent questions about food politics and land management. This is a terrific work of historically textured, geographically immersed story-telling.”
– Rob Nixon, author of Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor

<span>The remixing of peoples</span><i>→</i>
<span>Goodbye my darlings</span><i>→</i>
<span>Powering Asia: The Battle Between Energy and Food</span><i>→</i>
<span>On the abolition of the death penalty</span><i>→</i>
<span>Living with broken country</span><i>→</i>
<span>“No triple bypass, no miracle cure, just a long haul back”</span><i>→</i>
<span>Marrying health and agriculture</span><i>→</i>
<span>“Preserved for the people for all time”</span><i>→</i>
<span>Feeding the world</span><i>→</i>


Climate Change and the Health of Nations (OUP 2017).

Tony McMichael with Alistair Woodward and Cameron Muir

  • Macleans Magazine Top 10 Books of 2017
  • Covered in New Yorker, Nature, National Geographic, New Scientist, Mashable and many more.