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Developing Ecological Consciousness Paths to a Sustainable World

By: Christopher Uhl
Developing Ecological Consciousness
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  • Developing Ecological Consciousness ISBN: 9780742532915 Paperback Sep 2003 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Offers an ecology-based initiation to the Universe and the Planet Earth. It examines the ways in which humans are damaging the Earth and their own bodies and spirits. The book presents paradigms, values, and tools essential for both planetary and personal transformation.

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Christopher Uhl is chairman of the graduate program in ecology at the Pennsylvania State University, and has written for scientific journals and magazines such as Natural History, Garden, and The Ecologist. His website is www.chrisuhl.net.

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Christopher Uhl, professor of biology at the Pennsylvania State University, has written an intriguing book that tackles perhaps the most fundamental issues of our times, specifically, how to achieve sustainable societies that integrate, as opposed to alienate, the ecological world upon which we depend. Whether or not the reader agrees with Uhl's individual points or not is immaterial. It is the connections drawn throughout the book which, like ecology, make the whole greater than the sum of its parts.--Cochrane, Mark A. "Conservation Biology "

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