The West without Water
Look back at twenty millennia of the American West's tumultuous climate in The West without Water. With tales of past droughts and deluges, the author examines the region's current water crisis and makes predictions about future impacts. Learn more.
For those of you who are interested in the history/evolution of environmental philosophy/ethics, this is a must-read. However, I would not recommend this book to those who are interested in a nuanced approach to environmental philosophy/ethics since this book offers an antiquated perspective on how we "ought" to treat "nature".
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