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Dreaming the Biosphere The Theater of All Possibilities

By: Rebecca Reider
320 pages, 18 col photos, 9 halftones
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  • Dreaming the Biosphere ISBN: 9780826346735 Hardback Oct 2009 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Biosphere 2 rises from southern Arizona's high desert like a bizarre hybrid spaceship and greenhouse. Packed with more than 3,800 carefully selected plant, animal and insect species, this mega-terrarium is one of the world's most biodiverse, lush, and artificial wildernesses. The story of this grand eco-utopian adventure (and misadventure) has become a parable about the relationship between humans and nature in postmodern America.

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Rebecca Reider has worked and written on issues of human and ecological community around the world. Her projects have spanned from Biosphere 2 to indigenous communities in the Amazon, to New Zealand, where she currently works with organic farmers.
By: Rebecca Reider
320 pages, 18 col photos, 9 halftones
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