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American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau
de Bill McKibben (Editor)
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Library of America (182)
From "A Review of Recent Changes, and Changes Which Have Been Projected, in the Plans of the Central Park" (Short Story) de Frederick Law Olmsted
From "Inspirations for Sustaining Life on Earth: Greeting Friends in Their Andean Gardens" (Short Story) de Calvin B. Dewitt
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Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming de Paul Hawken
The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods de Julia Hill
The Stockholm Conference - only one earth: An introduction to the politics of survival de Friends of the Earth
Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs and Condition of the North American Indians, Written During Eight Years Travel Amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America de George & Matthiessen Catlin, Peter & Shepherd, C.J.
As America and the world grapple with the consequences of global environmental change, the author, a writer and activist offers this anthology gathering the best and most significant American environmental writing from the last two centuries. "Each advance in environmental practice" in our nation's history, he observes in his introduction, "was preceded by a great book." In this work are the words that made a movement. Classics of the environmental imagination, the essays of Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, and John Burroughs; Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac; Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, are set alongside an emerging activist movement, revealed by newly uncovered reports of pioneering campaigns for conservation, passages from landmark legal opinions and legislation, and searing protest speeches. Throughout, some of America's greatest and most impassioned writers take a turn toward nature, recognizing the fragility of our situation on earth and the urgency of the search for a sustainable way of life. The anthology includes essays on overpopulation, consumerism, energy policy, and the nature of "nature" join ecologists' memoirs and intimate sketches of the habitats of endangered species, as well as a detailed chronology of the environmental movement and American environmental history.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)810.8036Literature English (North America) American literature Anthologies and Collections Themes and subjects
LCC (Clas. Bibl. Congrés EUA)
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