From the floodplain of Assam to the mountains of western Ecuador Andrew discovers remarkable creatures and places, meets the heroes and foot soldiers who are working to save them and learns about innovative approaches and incentives being used to effect real change.
“In conservation, we immerse ourselves in the bad news”, says Andrew. “We document it, we cleverly investigate its causes and consequences, and we find ever more compelling ways to communicate it to the outside world.”
Yet most people hearing that message still don’t translate it into action. “Faced with an unending barrage of bad news, they see no hope for turning things around. This book is about challenging that sense of hopelessness, by unearthing and celebrating initiatives around the world where people are succeeding in stemming the tide.”
“A very important book by a very knowledgeable author”
“Humane, intelligent and inspirational”
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