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Fate of the Wild The Endangered Species Act and the Future of Biodiversity

By: Bonnie B Burgess
211 pages, no illustrations
Fate of the Wild
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  • Fate of the Wild ISBN: 9780820324920 Paperback Mar 2003 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Presents a factual and balanced discussion of the various sides of the comtemporary debate over the US Endangered Species Act, along-side the author's clearly stated position: "We are overpopulating, polluting, and overdeveloping our environment, and as a species we have embarked on a crash course toward a sixth great extinction event on this earth".

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Bonnle B. Burgess is a public educator at the National Zoo and coordinator of the Biodiversity and Wildlife Conservation graduate course at the Johns Hopkins University.
By: Bonnie B Burgess
211 pages, no illustrations
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Maintains a judicious balance... Experts will appreciate Burgess's sophisticated understanding of biodiversity, while concerned lay readers will enjoy her informed and uncluttered analysis. - Publishers Weekly; "A short but important read... Not a scientific book, but rather one of history, policy, and hope." - Journal of Mammalogy
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