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ISBN:1571974512
Author: John C. Krieg
ISBN13: 978-1571974518
Title: Econation: America in Environmental Perspective
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Language: English
Category: Nature and Ecology
Publisher: Ivy House Publishing Group (NC) (January 16, 2005)
Pages: 200

Econation: America in Environmental Perspective by John C. Krieg



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"Econation: America in Environmental Perspective" is author and landscape architect John C. Krieg’s second call to arms for environmental awareness and protection. As with his debut work, "Environmental Cognizance" (April, 2005), this second work in a planned trilogy espouses an urgent and immediate need for action to enact change in the way humans—specifically, Americans— treat the land, water and atmosphere that we all share. Organized chronologically, the book takes the reader on a chapter-by-chapter course in American environmental history. Chapter one begins with the state of the environment long before European settlers ever knew North America existed. Subsequent chapters illustrate the dramatic (often destructive) effects that settlers and the American government caused throughout the years for the North American environment and its native inhabitants—both human and animal. Anchoring the work is an ever-optimistic—yet vital and insistent—hope that other Americans will unite in one strong patriotic voice to set an environmental example for other nations around the world.