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University of New Hampshire Law Review

Abstract

[Excerpt] "It is refreshing to read an environmental diatribe where the writer has both the authority of a world expert and a willingness to compromise to pursue realistic solutions. Wilson is a Harvard biology professor, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, and a director of the Nature Conservancy. In The Future of Life, he presents a succinct evaluation of the great ecological issues of our day, focusing on the rapid pace of species extinctions, and on the promise of finding a balance between conservation and human activity that will bring the extinctions to a halt."

Repository Citation

Bryan Erickson, Review of "The Future of Life," by Edward O. Wilson, 1 PIERCE L. REV. 125 (2002). Available at http://scholars.unh.edu/unh_lr/vol1/iss1/13

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