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  Earth Heros: Champions of the Wilderness



 
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This volume includes eight historic and contemporary greats: Henry David Thoreau, whose writings formed the basis for the environmental movement; John Muir, the extraordinary naturalist; Theodore Roosevelt, who engaged the government in conservation; Aldo Leopold, instrumental in creating the world’s first wilderness preserve; Richard St. Barbe Baker, who spearheaded the first major international reforestation campaign; Mardy Murie, who worked to preserving huge wilderness tracts in Alaska; David Suzuki, eminent Canadian scientist and broadcaster; and Wangari Maathai, a Kenyan woman who focused on the social impact of the environment.
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  • “Now more than ever our planet needs Earth Heroes. This eloquent book takes us on a journey through the personal lives of the most renowned naturalists, describing their lasting influence on the world. The passion and profound impact of the heroes of yesterday will inspire the young to be our leaders tomorrow.”—Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods

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