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This book was very thought provoking. I am fairly familiar with most ecological concepts. I was once a science teacher when science was simpler. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Marvin S. Reed
Stewart Brand in 2009 delivers the ultimate response to Stewart Brand in 1975. The founder of Whole Earth Catalog shows what distinguishes science from polemics, namely the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dana Blankenhorn
A life changing experience. This book is my current environmental reference. Written by a guy who views the world from a long term perspective (relative to humans).Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Kid of boring old stuff, nothing really new, except that it disagrees honestly with a lot of Politically Correct ideology, like it recommends Nuclear Power as a way to help solve... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Atanacio Luna
Nice work Stewart! You really made me think about environmentalism in a new way.Published 10 months ago by Matt
Really great book!! Puts concepts like population growth, sustainablity, GMOs in perspective. Should be a must-read for all of us.Published 14 months ago by Linda L Schmale-Tate
I had only to read the chapter on nuclear power to have my liberal environmentalist confidence about what’s best for the planet shattered. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David W. Stookey
A Readers Digest - condensed edition - on the topic of sustainability, not a coherent depiction, this book represents collected knowledge of the authors's "long now... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Frank Fremerey
Wonderful book...I think it needs to be on the required reading list for high school students.Published 19 months ago by Malgamation