Saving the Places We Love: A Call to Action from Geologist Ned Tillman

June 13, 2014 by  
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  In a time of rapid climatic shift and lack of political will, the lessons in Ned Tillman’s book Saving the Places We Love: Paths to Environmental Stewardship are imperative for the younger generation to understand. By recounting his own experiences in nature as well as pointing to past environmental atrocities , Ned explains reasons for a societal paradigm shift that starts with the changing of our own personal habits and ends with the implementation of international and progressive political negotiations . Read the rest of Saving the Places We Love: A Call to Action from Geologist Ned Tillman Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , act on climate , book review , Climate Change , collaborative action , connection , earth , Fishing , forests , future generations , government , Habitats , inhabitat , land , Love , mountains , narrative , nature deficit disorder , Ned Tillman , nutrient runoff , oceans , personal habits , political will , renewables , retrofitting , Sustainable , water issues , writing

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