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I doubt that anyone will be able to "speed read" this book and get much out of it.
Scruton gets at the heart of the matter and although it takes a few very dense chapters to get there, it is well woth the effort.
I also liked his call for cooperation among those who are wanting to conserve what we have been given.
Scruton gets at the heart of the matter and although it takes a few very dense chapters to get there, it is well woth the effort.Published 1 month ago by mike rosenberg
This book is a great read. It presents a hopeful alternative to the top down bureaucratic mess environmental regulations have become. Emphsis on hopeful. I wish it were doable. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Booker
An almost comforting book on how (historically) humans solve seemingly insurmountable problems at the local, community or regional level. Read morePublished 16 months ago by snowy owl books
Scruton's book is a must read for anyone who cares about environmental protection, regardless of political affiliation. Read morePublished 18 months ago by s-link