Man's War Against Nature

Man's War Against Nature

Non-Fiction, Languages & Reference, Dictionaries & Reference, Natural World & Environment, Nature Writing, Geography
Paperback Published on: 26/08/2021
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Man's War Against Nature
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. An arresting insight into the history of pesticides, the chemical warfare wrought against ... READ MORE
Red at Southport


In twenty short books, Penguin brings you the classics of the environmental movement. With the precision of a scientist and the simplicity of a fable, Rachel Carson reveals how man-made pesticides have destroyed wildlife, creating a world of polluted streams and silent songbirds. Over the past 75 years, a new canon has emerged. As life on Earth has become irrevocably altered by humans, visionary thinkers around the world have raised their voices to defend the planet, and affirm our place at the heart of its restoration. Their words have endured through the decades, becoming the classics of a movement. Together, these books show the richness of environmental thought, and point the way to a fairer, saner, greener world.

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241514450
  • Number of pages: 96
  • Weight: 62g
  • Dimensions: 181 x 111 x 5 mm

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Man's War Against Nature
As part of the new Penguin collection of classic ideas on the environment, this is an excerpt from Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. Written in 1962, it is as... READ MORE
Claire Estelle
Man's War Against Nature
a brilliant insight
Wow, this book was certainly very shocking. If you want to learn about the issues with pesticides you must read this book. I thought I knew quite a bit abo... READ MORE