Framing Nature: Conservation and Culture


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Conservationist Laurence Rose spent two years exploring the cultural roots of our relationship with nature in order to map out its future. From the magnificent white-tailed eagles of Orkney and Mull to the fascinating world of ants and crickets on the southern heaths, he describes his encounters with wildlife in exquisite language and vivid detail.

This is a book about the complexity and vulnerability of nature, and the unexpected connections between people and wildlife. While his writing builds on decades of experience as a leading conservationist, Laurence's passion shines from every page. Unflinching in describing the long journey needed to rebuild a mutually-beneficial relationship with nature, ultimately it is a book about optimism and hope.

Detalls del producte

Editorial
Gritstone Publishing
Data de publicació
Idioma
Anglès
Tipus
Rústica
EAN/UPC
9781913625009

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