David Suzuki: Ecological State Of The World: Part 1 Deep Ecology For The 21st Century.
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Do you dare to hear the chilling truth about the ecological state of the world today-massive species extinction, overpopulation and the wasting of resources? It's easier to hear when it comes from someone as learned and concerned as David Suzuki. With scientific detail and political awareness he points to major problems-but also to ways you can begin to effectively address them, and why it is so important to do this. "There are some things that maintain life on Earth that are beyond any kind of economic assessment," says Suzuki, "and surely those are the things that ought to be protected at all costs, because they are sacred." He reminds us what matters most in life, and how to live accordingly. Included in DEEP ECOLOGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Sukuzi is a geneticist, environmental activist, Canadian science television journalist andand the author of many books including Wisdom of the Elders (with Peter Knudtson, Bantam 1992) and The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature (with Amanda McConnell, Prometheus 1998).
New Dimensions seeks out the most innovative and creative people on the planet and engages them in spontaneous, deep dialogues. Its mission is to deliver life-affirming, socially and spiritually relevant information, practical knowledge and perennial wisdom through the voices and visions of those who are asking new questions and are looking at the world in positive and inspiring ways. It is through the exchange of ideas and information that we can be empowered and enabled to meet the future with greater energy and clarity.
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