Forsaken Earth The Ongoing Mass Extinction

Extinct Species of the World. New York: Barron's, 1990. Barker, Rodney. ... Let the Mountains Talk, Let the Rivers Run: A Call to Those Who Would Save the Earth. San Francisco, CA: HarperCollins West, 1995. Buchmann, Stephen and Gary ...

Forsaken Earth  The Ongoing Mass Extinction

The Ongoing Mass Extinction of species is the most overriding issue on Earth, transcending and encompassing all others. It's already proven; there's no debate. It is a monumental event occurring right now and escalating, its culmination set to happen within most of our lives. Forsaken Earth delves deeply into this matter like no other, that the worst of this earth-shattering extinction event might still be avoided. Forsaken Earth fully reveals that humans are undeniably causing and allowing this event to happen, and that we are the only ones who can and must stop it. Everything you ever wanted to know about our gorgeous Earth to the history of the cultural ideology at the root of the problem to the effect upon every ecosystem of Earth is written in this one potent volume. Forsaken Earth provides more solutions than any yet offered and leads us to discover and activate our most meaningful purpose, individually and as humanity, to participate and truly support the healing of life on Earth - now.

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