Naked Ape to Superspecies: A Personal Perspective on Humanity and the Global Eco-crisis

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Allen & Unwin, 2004 - Human ecology - 406 pages
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This book "takes an unflinching look at where we are at this unprecedented moment in history. It reveals that a clear and present environmental danger is staring us in the face - but there is good news. We still have time to avoid this collapse if we slow down and turn onto alternative roads, roads that will lead to a life still rich in opportunity, choice and quality. But to begin applying the brakes and turning aside we must see with clarity the path we're on now, how we got there, and what the other possibilities are." -- back cover.

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David Suzuki is an award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster and the host of The Nature of Things. He is the author or co-author of more than 30 books, and he is the founder and chair of the David Suzuki Foundation. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia...Holly Dressel has been a writer/researcher for television, film and radio for 20 years. She has worked for CBC TV's The Nature of Things, as well as on other television documentaries such as The Cola Wars and Memoirs of Pierre Elliott Trudeau. She was a researcher on Gwynne Dyer's celebrated film series War. Dressel lives on a farm near Montreal with a changing parade of family, friends and animals.

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