Essays on EcologyBook - 2006
This is a collection of thought-provoking essays, short pieces, and reviews that explore and uncover the intimate connections between humans and the Earth. Through a strong mix of proof and irony, respected ecologist Stan Rowe re-examines the concept of living with -- not against -- the Earth. In "Earth Alive", Rowe prompts us to think in revolutionary terms about developing a new worldview, and living more responsibly on our increasingly damaged planet. This innovative collection gives hope for restoring diversity on Earth -- which Rowe points to as the only true path to sustainability. Let "Earth Alive" guide you toward the beauty of the planet we call home, and through the eyes of the author see its infinite source for inspiration.
Publisher: Edmonton : NeWest Press, 
Copyright Date: ©2006
Branch Call Number: 304.28 ROW
Characteristics: 274 pages : portraits ; 23 cm