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From the Publisher"This book has an astonishing number of insights per page. The authors carefully provide good reasons to believe that experiences in nature are a cornerstone for the development of healthy children, who learn to act wisely in the environment and to create healthy societies."—Chris Myers, Professor and Director of Project Dragonfly, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Miami University
"Nothing is more important to us than our children, and nothing is more important to our children than maintaining a high quality environment. If they are to have a benign and nurturing environment, much will depend on the ideas and surroundings they are exposed to today. The authors in "Children and Nature" discuss a fascinating and diverse range of topics related to these critical issues. Everyone with in interest in the human future could profit from reading it."—Paul R.
Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies, Stanford University, author of *One With Nineveh: Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future*
"Propagating a love of nature may ultimately be the most important pathway out of the biodiversity crisis. But how do people develop a sense of awe and reverence for the natural world? Children and Nature explores this most fundamental question. Educators, naturalists, environmentalists, parents, and anyone interested in communicating and fostering a deep regard for nature will greatly benefit from the highly stimulating explorations and discourses in this book."—Carl Safina, Vice President for Marine Conservation, National Audubon Society, author of "Eye of the Albatross" and "Song for the Blue Ocean"
"This book does a first-rate job of bringing the arguments set out in *The Limits to Growth* up to date. But more important, it carefully lays out future trends that must be dealt with if an ecologically secure life is to be possible for our grandchildren. I recommend this book to anyone who is concerned about addressing now the critical problems that will shape the fortunes of future generations."—Paul R. Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies, Stanford University, author of *One With Nineveh: Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future*