These engaging essays look beyond environmental challenges to examine the forces that are preventing real change from occurring.
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Together they tell the story of a species struggling to come to grips with its own biological nature, a nature we must ultimately embrace to live in balance with the systems that sustain us. He has also written for television and film and is a past winner of the CBC's Signature Shorts screen writing competition.
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Taylor graduated with honours from the University of Victoria, where he also completed the post-graduate Harvey Southam professional writing program and was the first person to receive the Harvey Southam Award for his thesis on journalism ethics. Taylor lives with his family in New Westminster, British Columbia. We've got lots of nuts-and-bolts accounts of our environmental predicament—leave it to David Suzuki and Dave Robert Taylor to back up and give us the big view that puts things in perspective.
A necessary book! Few have the vision to see the 'Big Picture'. Fortunately, David Suzuki does. As well as the ability to fit us with a prescription that enables us all to see it as clearly as he does. If you care for the environment, or simply want to gain more understanding of the natural world, you must read this book!
One reason for David Suzuki's status as most popular living Canadian is obvious: He is able to see The Big Picture and to communicate that vision to a broad audience. These essays offer thoughtful analysis of some of the serious problems we humans have created.
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And they also celebrate some of the things we are getting right. With a mix of humour, righteous anger, and suggested solutions to our problems, the essays in this book are provocative, entertaining, and enlightening. Suzuki asks us to think beyond just swapping cloth bags for plastic, and instead consider and change the state of not just our neighborhood, but htat of our primary residence—the Earth. Covering suburban sprawl, sustainable transportation, food shortages, biodiversity, technology, public policy and other issues, The Big Picture not only identifies the problems we face but proposes science-based solutions.
The Big Picture covers issues from suburban sprawl to food shortages and everything in between, seeing science based solutions to today's most pressing challenges.
Suzuki lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. His work has appeared in the Globe and Mail , the Toronto Star , and other newspapers and magazines across Canada. Taylor graduated with honours from the University of Victoria, where he also completed the post-graduate Harvey Southam professional writing program and was the first person to receive the Harvey Southam Award for his thesis on journalism ethics. He lives with his family in New Westminster, British Columbia. Battered by the wind, the man only clutches his coat more tightly. Likewise, popularizers of science must remember not to shout for attention when a well-placed whisper would do.
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