The Green Fuse: An Ecological Odyssey
by John Harte
Publisher: University of California Press 1993
Number of pages: 156
A widely respected ecological scientist and activist draws on the poet's image and his own environmental research to demonstrate the many interconnections among the world's ecosystems. Harte offers a program for doing something about the world's current messes.
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