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25 Myths That are Destroying the Environment What Many Environmentalists Believe and Why They are Wrong

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By: Daniel B Botkin(Author), Alfred Runte(Foreword By)
298 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
25 Myths That are Destroying the Environment
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This is a book about ecology, environment, nature, and the misleading information that plagues the discussions of these topics. It is easy-to-read, fun, and doesn't have to be read all at once; you can pick it up for five or ten minutes, get one idea out of it, put it down, and come back for other five or ten minutes some other time. It's light reading about very difficult subjects, such as: is trying to save every single species necessarily a good thing? Is life really all that fragile? Is undisturbed nature the normal state of things? and twenty-three more insightful essays.

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Daniel B. Botkin is an ecologist who has been conducting and writing about ecological research for 45 years. After hearing so many false or flawed statements passed off as fact, he decided to write this book in order to help readers achieve a more complete understanding of their environment.

Popular Science
By: Daniel B Botkin(Author), Alfred Runte(Foreword By)
298 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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