''Although I have read almost everything written by Kim Stanley Robinson, I regret to say that one major gap in my coverage of his work exists: the Science in the Capital “cli-fi” series, which consists of Forty Signs of Rain, Fifty Degrees Below and Sixty Days and Counting (recently updated and abridged into a single novel, Green Earth). Luckily for me, his new book, although thematically allied by obvious signifiers to this earlier series, offers a fresh and welcoming reboot, with ten years of additional insights, into Robinson’s take on the immense and impactful climate change problem.'' -- Paul di Filippo
SF critic for SF magazine LOCUS magazine Paul Di Filippo reviews Kim Stanley Robinson's NEW YORK 2140, comparing it here with KSR's earlier Science in the Capital “cli-fi” series, from ten years earlier. Another example of a sci fi book reviewer using the "cli-fi" term in print and for everyone in the sci-fi community to see, including Kim Stanley Robinson and his editors at TOR books. Another milesone in the march forward!