By: Tom Butler(Editor), Bill McKibben(Foreword By)
361 pages, no illustrations
This book presents the best, most provocative and forceful pieces from the first ten years of Wild Earth, a magazine founded in the early 1990s and dedicated to a redefinition of the conservation movement around new ideas. Once inspired by esthetics, recreation, solitude, and spiritual renewal, efforts on behalf of wilderness now also emphasize ecology, evolution, the intrinsic value of all species, and science. Where once the goal was to set aside parks and preserves, the goal now is to rewild the land and to connect viable habitats across the continent.
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