Trebbe Johnson gives clear ideas and suggestions for accepting places that have been wounded by human interaction, from clear-cutting and fracking to extreme weather and urban sprawl. Ever had that sick feeling when you see a clear-cut forest or mountaintop destroyed for mining? In this book, Johnson argues that we need new methods for coping with these losses and invites readers to reconsider what constitutes "worthwhile action."
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Published: North Atlantic Books - September 25th, 2018