By: Bill McKibben
A sequel to the bestselling The End of Nature, this is a far more optimistic account of the author's belief in the ability of nature to repair the damage done by man's actions on the earth. Taking the example of the forest recovery in the eastern United States, McKibben shows how much of the original natural state has returned after years of degradation, with a corresponding growth in local enterprise.
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