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Failing Nature - the Rise and Fall of the Wilderness Society

Failing Nature - the Rise and Fall of the Wilderness Society
 
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A decade ago, The Wilderness Society, the most effective conservation group in Australia's history, plunged into mediocrity and irrelevance.

In Failing Nature, the author tells the story of The Wilderness Society, and internal struggles between nature conservation and social justice have led it to where it is today.

Signed by the author

Published 2019
Softcover book
256-pages, indexed
SKU SKU19036
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 0.65 kg
Author William J Lines
ISBN 9780858812550
 
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