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A World to Live In : An Ecologist's Vision for a Plundered Planet. By (author) George M. Woodwell.
George Woodwell has earned the right to sum up a lifetime's worth of thinking, and he does so here with precision and .
George Woodwell has earned the right to sum up a lifetime's worth of thinking, and he does so here with precision and panache. Bill McKibben, author of The End of Nature). He explains to us about climate change causing the melting of the ice-caps in Antartica to how this connects to the disappearance or endangerment of animals, plants, and how this connects with our survival.
George M. Woodwell (born October 23, 1930) is an ecologist. Woodwell is Founder, President, and Director .
In A World to Live In, the distinguished ecologist George Woodwell shows that the biosphere is now a global human protectorate and that its integrity of structure and function are tied closely to the human future. The earth is a living system, Woodwell explains, and its stability is threatened by human disruption. We must respect the full range of life on earth-not species alone, but their natural communities of plant and animal life that have built, and still maintain, the biosphere.
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In A World to Live In, the distinguished ecologist George Woodwell shows that the biosphere is now a global human . But Woodwell points the way toward a solution.