Provocative, passionate and populist, RMB Manifestos are short and concise non-fiction books of literary, critical, and cultural studies.
We live in critical times. Choices we make daily now will affect the future of life itself. Years from now children will study our era on the brink and ask their elders “When the planet was burning, what did you do?”
Problems as big as the world are daunting, but solutions are at hand, within each of us. The Earth Manifesto: Saving Nature with Engaged Ecology offers an approach to regain control of our environmental destiny by rediscovering our affinity for nature and then acting to preserve it.
Rooted in common sense, the author’s “Six Laws of Engaged Ecology” move us from theory, in concepts such as interdependence and the wilderness found in our minds, to practice with explanations of ground-truthing and creating a community through shared environmental principles.
About David Tracey
Table of Contents
|The Earth Manifesto||1|
|Part One: Three Big Ideas||17|
|Nature Is Here||19|
|Wilderness Is Within||37|
|Cities Are Alive||53|
|Part Two: Three Big Steps||71|
|The Earth Is Our Witness||73|
|We Have the Right to Clean Air, Pure Water, Healthy Soil||93|
|Engaged Ecology Creates a Community||107|
|Other Titles in this Series||129|