Hailed as "a Thoreau for the twenty-first century", MacArthur
Fellow Carl Safina takes us on a tour of the natural world in the
course of a year spent divided between his home on the shore of
eastern Long Island and on his travels to the four points of the
compass. As he witnesses a natural year in an unnatural world he
shows how the problems of the environment are linked to questions
of social justice and the politics of greed, and in asking
difficult questions about our finite world, his answers provide
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