I receive an email newsletter from City Lights Bookstore with announcements of new books. This is one I think I'd like and hopefully tons of people will read. While many of us older people think about the past, I think about the future of this planet and who will care for it.
Paul R. Ehrlich says:There's not the slightest question in anybody's mind of why we're facing an extinction crisis, both of populations and of species, and that's human activities. It's not extinction of humans, it's humans forcing birds and mammals to extinction. …The whole idea is to introduce people to what we're losing. The average person on Wall Street has never seen a natural ecosystem or, say, the animals on the plains of Africa, and can't really picture what's going on.