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In this revised and updated edition of their bestselling Good News for a Change, David Suzuki and Holly Dressel provide the latest inspiring stories about sustain-able solutions to our Planet's problems, including the newly defined problem of ocean acidification. Suzuki and Dressel see great promise in the increased support for green economies since the 2008 global finacial collapse, and, most promising of all, they see more people than ever before working to heal the biosphere and live within the limits of nature's bounty. Book jacket.
David Suzuki is an acclaimed geneticist and environmentalist. He has written more than forty books and has receives the United Nations Environment Program Medal, the unesco Kalinga Prize for Science, and the Right Livelihood Award. Suzuki lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Holly Dressel is the author of Who Killed the Queen? and coathor of from Naked Ape to Superspecies. She is an adjunct professor at the School of the Environment at McGill University, as well as a researcher and writter for television, radio, and print. Dressel lives on a farm near Montreal, Quebec.
Table of Contents
|Viva La Revolutión Political Will||p. 10|
|Using Coyotes To Grow Grass Biodiversity||p. 65|
|Avoiding Venus Climate Change||p. 115|
|Listen For The Jaguar Forests||p. 157|
|A River Runs Through It Fresh Water||p. 212|
|The Mother Of All Oceans||p. 266|
|Baking A Sustainable Pudding Agriculture||p. 293|
|Green Jobs In The City Economies||p. 349|
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