Rachel Carson: Founder of the Environmental Movement
Before Rachel Carson published Silent Spring in 1962, few Americans knew what the word "ecology" meant or realized that deadly chemicals could threaten life. Carson was a great scientific writer whose pioneering work gave birth to the environmental consciousness we have today.
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