A story told across generations, Coming Full Circle: A Sweeping Saga of Conservation Stewardship Across America is a book that combines fiction and reality to create a rounded view of the story of humanity's involvement in resource conservation. Following a line of Americans with a passion for caring for the natural world from 1767 to 2050, we are shown the shocking change that has occurred in American nature, and the great importance of conservation work, as we see what happens when we do not effectively participate in the ‘circle of life'. With a skilful combination of informative storytelling and modern-day resources for readers to educate themselves on the truths of climate change and biodiversity loss, Coming Full Circle: A Sweeping Saga of Conservation Stewardship Across America is perfect to motivate readers to take an interest in conservation, and see what can be done to save our space on this beautiful planet.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-568-1
Pages : 606
Size : 234x156
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
A Professional Wetland Scientist (Emeritus) and Wildlife Biologist (MS), Budd Titlow is also an award-winning photographer and author. He has published four other natural history books. Budd's work is summarized on his web site at www.buddtitlow.com.
Mariah Tinger is an author and educator teaching sustainability at Boston University's Questrom School of Business. Additionally, she is pursuing her Ph.D. in climate communication at Otago University. You can learn more about Mariah on her website www.mariahtinger.com.
As a father-daughter team, this is their second book.