Ecocide: And Thoughts Toward Survival
A collection of essays from the dawn of the modern environmentalist movement on the multi-faceted ecological crisis we face and suggestions for ways to move forward. Most concepts contained are as relevant today as they were 40 years ago, largely due to our collective lack of action and commitment over that same period.
Destroying the myth of the tech fix, and emphasizing the finiteness of our living planet, the many contributing writers warn and weigh in on the myriad issues we face, making clear that dramatic structural change is the only thing we can truly rely on to get out of the mess we're in.
Condition: Like new, with stamps on the inside covers.
Measures ~5"x8". 201 pages.