The David Suzuki Reader, 2nd Edition

Published: by Greystone Books / David Suzuki Foundation
ISBN: 9781771640275
Price: $24.95
Format: Paperback / softback Trade paperback (US)

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In this revised and expanded edition of his collected writings, David Suzuki continues to explore the themes that have informed his work for more than four decades-the interconnectedness of all things, our misguided elevation of economics above all else, the urgent need to deal with climate change-but with an increased emphasis on solutions to the problems we face, his vision for the future, and the legacy he hopes to leave behind. There is also more emphasis on the personal—the abiding role of nature and family in his life. Written with clarity, passion, and wisdom, this book is essential for anyone who wants to understand what science can and can’t do, or who wants to make a difference.

Published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation

Check out the following excerpt from The David Suzuki Reader, 2nd Edition:
The True Price of a Tree – On the Imbalance of Economy and Environment

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