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Saving Eden The Gearagh and Irish Nature

By: Kevin Corcoran(Author)
281 pages, 16 colour & 20 b/w illustrations
Saving Eden
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  • Saving Eden ISBN: 9781788461917 Hardback May 2021 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Once the envy of Europe, Ireland's pristine environment has been butchered beyond recognition. This destruction is shockingly evident in The Gearagh, near Macroom in County Cork. Western Europe's last primaeval river forest, which was submerged beneath the floodwaters of a hydroelectric reservoir in the mid-twentieth century.

In Saving Eden, Kevin Corcoran tells the fascinating story of Ireland's vanquished temperate rainforests and exposes the disturbing truth about our efforts to protect nature and the environment in the twenty-first century. He reveals how the blind pursuit of progress wiped out The Gearagh and its unique forest-dwelling community, and how the destruction continues with such horrific intensity that a new approach to understanding the relationship between humanity and nature is required.

By offering a better way forward, Saving Eden provides a profound new insight into how we can protect our fragile earthly home through sustainable living. Illustrated throughout with beautiful watercolour and ink artwork, it also paints an uplifting picture of the wonders of nature that will bring joy, hope and inspiration to everyone who respects the environment.

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Born in Macroom, County Cork, Kevin Cororan is an ecologist who has spent a lifetime promoting Ireland’s bountiful nature and wonderful environment. As a writer and artist, he is best known for his popular walking guides that include West Cork Walks, Kerry Walks and West of Ireland Walks.

By: Kevin Corcoran(Author)
281 pages, 16 colour & 20 b/w illustrations
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