Kelly Robson’s 2018 Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach is a time-travel story.
Large-scale ecological remediation used to be a booming field. Then TERN developed time travel and remediation faltered. Bankers were convinced that access to the past would allow immediate remediation of past insults to the environment. Funds for the slow, laborious process of rebuilding the Earth’s ravaged surface have dried up. Like too many rivers.
Minh, one of the ecological remediators whose projects have been sidelined, must face the inevitable: survival means joining the enemy.