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Learning to Listen to the Land

Edited By: Bill Willers

282 pages, no illustrations

Island Press

Paperback | Dec 1991 | #16160 | ISBN: 1559631201
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Hardback | Oct 1991 | #16161 | ISBN: 155963121X
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About this book

This unusual collection of nature writing is divided into three sections. The first presents a view of the living earth and the diversity and inter-dependence of its life forms. The second deals with the human species' impact on earth, and the third deals with the more hopeful aspects of human endeavours towards constructive change.


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