What would happen if every single person on Earth simply disappeared? A world without people, where city streets would still be populated by cars, but without drivers. Nobody to fix bridges, repair buildings, or maintain power plants. After being controlled by humanity for millennia, the Earth would be reclaimed by nature. But how would that work? How long would skyscrapers, nuclear power plants, and our homes last if abandoned? Aftermath: Population Zero gives us a chance to see the effect of human beings by seeing how Earth would adapt without us. This is the astounding story of a world we will never see.
Made me wonder about other threads that weren't followed up. For example, which zoo animals manage to adapt and survive? Most of the predictions focus on North America, but I wondered how much longer the Great Wall of China would be likely to survive.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend