Edited By: Virginia A Sharpe, Bryan Norton and Strachan Donnelley
321 pages, Figs
Brings together leading thinkers and writers from diverse fields to address the complex ethical, biological, legal, and political concerns surrounding wolf reintroduction. Contributors specifically explore the social, cultural, and ecological values that come into play in the debate. The final chapter by Niles Eldredge takes the point of view of evolutionary time and ecological scale, challenging us to develop a new consciousness regarding our position in the natural world.
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