By Julie Dunlap,Susan A. Cohen
What occurs to members and societies whilst their so much primary cultural, historic, and ecological bonds weakenor snap? In Coming of Age on the finish of Nature, insightful millennials show their anger and love, goals and fears, and assets of resilience for residing and thriving on our moving planet.
Twenty-two essays discover wide-ranging subject matters which are paramount to younger generations yet that resonate with every person, together with redefining materialism and environmental justice, assessing the danger and promise of expertise, and celebrating position at any place from a wild Atlantic island to the Arizona barren region, to Baltimore and Bangkok. The individuals communicate with authority on difficulties dealing with us all, no matter if railing opposed to the mistakes of prior generations, reveling of their personal adaptability, or insisting on a collective accountability to do better.
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Coming of Age at the End of Nature: A Generation Faces Living on a Changed Planet by Julie Dunlap,Susan A. Cohen