Hope, Human and Wild

Hope Human and Wild
Nonfiction

Hope, Human and Wild

True Stories of Living Lightly on the Earth
“A book about healing the land as well as our souls.” —TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS
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Bill McKibben’s first book, the bestselling The End of Nature, offered a devastating portrait of the harm human civilization has done to the planet. Hope, Human and Wild sets out on a dramatically different journey to provide examples and hope for a sustainable future, one in which our society’s wealth is measured less by its material productivity and more by its spiritual richness; less by its consumption of resources and more by the extent to which we live in harmony with the natural world.

From the Adirondack Mountains to Kerala, India, to Curitiba, Brazil, McKibben offers clear-eyed and profoundly compelling portraits of places where resourceful people have confronted modern problems with inventive solutions, and thrived in the process. With an afterword by the author updating developments over the decade since the book was first published, this edition provides a badly needed vision of optimism for the future of our planet.

ISBN:
978-1-57131-300-3
Publish Date: 
01/12/2007
Pages: 
248
Size: 
5.5 × 8 × 0.63 in
Weight: 
10.5 oz
Author
Bill McKibben

Bill McKibben is an author, environmentalist, and activist. In 1988 he wrote The End of Nature, the first book for a common audience about global warming. He is a co-founder and Senior Advisor at 350.org, an international climate campaign that works in 188 countries around the world.

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