What Has Nature Ever Done For Us?: How Money Really Does Grow On Trees (Paperback)Tony Juniper (author)
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Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 275 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 21 mm
One of the top ten environmental figures of the last thirty years -- The ENDS Report
[Tony Juniper] is among the 100 people who are making the decisions that affect your life * Country Life *
A brilliant resume of Nature's New Deal: nurture me and I'll nurture you. * Nick Crane *
What Has Nature Ever Done For Us? is a brilliant resume of nature(1)s new deal: nurture me and I'll nurture you. -- Nick Crane, author and TV presenter
Juniper explains how the welfare of the human species rests on the assets and services provided by the rest of nature, and makes the case for natural capital to be integral in a new economy fit for the future. -- Michael Clarke, Chief Executive, RSPB
Tony Juniper takes us on a highly readable, personal journey of discovery of nature and our reliance upon it. What Has Nature Ever Done For Us? provides the stories and the numbers to convince others that investing in nature(1)s balance sheet is good for the corporate balance sheet. -- Jose Lopez, Nestle
This book should be on the essential reading list at schools. Without understanding the essence of life - and this is a fantastically modern romp through it - how can our children be expected to make the right decisions? If we ever needed a book to remind us that we are part of nature, not separate from it, this is it. -- Stephanie Hilborne OBE, Chief Executive, The Wildlife Trusts
Science Books of the Year ... A readable, timely vision -- Robin McKie * Observer *
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