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This is a great book. McKibben's approach to the environmental situation that we are currently in and the disaster we are headed towards is definitely on par with Silent Spring,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Seth
Long, long ago, in scorching-hot 1988, Bill McKibben was busy writing The End of Nature, a book that cranked up the global warming warning sirens. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Richard Reese (author of Sustainable or Bust)
Really interesting book and important for a generation that began with environmental awareness, but offer no really options to think alternativelyPublished 10 months ago by Erik M. Brenes M.
Exceptional book, one all conservation minded individuals should have in their collection.Published 10 months ago by Sean T.
if you like overtly religious novalized propoganda, this is for you. Not an ounce of science in the entire book.
But I guess its from the 1980's...
Bill McKibben is a well-known author and environmentalist.
The End of Nature by Bill McKibben was written in 1989 and a new forward was added on the tenth anniversary in... Read more
Quite a bit "out of date" at this time and a bit depressing though somewhat "optimistic" given present reality as perspective on its original release date. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Leon Hebrink
This is the type of dishonest crap that is leading the world into an anti-scientific abyss. It should be read be everybody who needs reminding how wrong the politically correct... Read morePublished 13 months ago by W. McConnell
I first read this book in a college course in Landscape Architecture in the early 1990's. I read it again because it had such a powerful message for me 22 years ago. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Landart