By: Michael Lewis
369 pages, B/w photos
&i;Inventing Global Ecology&o; is many things in one: the story of an American researcher's experiences in India and his country; a fascinating survey of biodiversity conservation; a thoroughly researched and documented study of the policies, prospects, and pragmatics of ecological and ethical decisions that ought to determine our future. It casts the US in roles seldom seen - as partner and proprietor of global environmental projects.
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