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Why Biodiversity Loss Is Not a Disaster

By: Bas Haring(Author)
Why Biodiversity Loss Is Not a Disaster
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  • Why Biodiversity Loss Is Not a Disaster ISBN: 9789087283537 Paperback Dec 2020 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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"Each year, climate change drives more and more species extinct, leaving many fearful for the fate of the planet. Why Biodiversity Loss Is Not a Disaster calms such fears: we have no reason to believe fewer species will result in cataclysmic disaster. In this book, philosopher Bas Haring argues that nature is not like a machine that falls apart without all its parts. While some environments depend on the survival of specific species, he contends, these unique relationships cannot be generalized to the planet at large. In the long view, Haring writes, biodiversity loss is a pity but not a disaster."

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