THE FUTURE OF LIFE
by Edward O. Wilson
2002, 229 pages. Intelligent and ultimately hopeful book describes what treasures of the natural world we are about to lose forever – in many cases animals, insects, and plants only recently discovered, and whose potential to nourish and protect us, and cure our illnesses is immeasurable – and what we can do to save them. It is an impassioned call for quick and decisive action to save Earth’s biological heritage, and presents a feasible plan to achieve that goal based on economic, ethical and religious ideals. Author is one of the world’s most influential scientists and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner. Hardcover; 6 x 8-1/2″.
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