Rachel Carson: Fighting Pesticides and Other Chemical Pollutants
Rachel Carson was a marine writer, biologist, and ecologist whose work inspired millions to take seriously the danger that human activity poses to the environment. She both revealed the wonders of the natural world and exposed the sinister threat to that world posed by DDT and other pesticides.
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A Clear Voice for Life on Earth
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