Confessions of an Eco-warrior

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Crown Pub., 1991 - Nature - 228 pages
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A book that will set the course for the environmental movement for years to come, Confessions of an Eco-Warrior is an inspiring ecological call to arms by America's foremost and most controversial environmental activist. "Rude and brilliant. Read it and you will see the future".--William Kittredge.

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A really sane explanation of the biocentric viewpoint, and the urgency of bottom-line defense of the defenseless. Read full review

Contents

In Time of Crisis
1
Earth First
11
Putting the Earth First
25
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

DAVE FOREMAN is director of The Rewilding Institute, a non-profit conservation think tank based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is dedicated to developing and promoting the ideas, strategies, and vision of continental-scale conservation.

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