The Human Footprint: Challenges for Wilderness and Biodiversity
Eric W. Sanderson, Patricio Robles Gil, Cristina G. Mittermeier, Vance G. Martin, Cyril F. Kormos, Preface by: Steven E. Sanderson, Forward by: Jared Diamond The Human Footprint: Challenges for Wilderness and Biodiversity (2006) published by CEMEX in cooperation with The WILD Foundation, Wildlife Conservation Society, Conservation International and Agrupacion Sierra Madre. Color photographs, illustrated 11.5 x 12, 322 pages Hardback.
The Human Footprint is a “journey to discover what the human footprint means for our planet’s biodiversity and for humanity’s well being, and more importantly, what we can all do to turn the human footprint from a destructive force into one of hope for all life on the Earth.” The book combines state of the art science and riveting photography to illustrate humankind’s impact on the planet.The thoughts, feelings and ideas expressed in the book are an urgent call to action, prompting creative solutions to the pressing challenge of turning the human footprint from a destructive to a hopeful force. At the New York book launch, held in the Museum of Natural History, CEMEX Vice President of Development urged attendees, “to read this book and to embrace our common goal of protecting and conserving the extraordinary biodiversity of our planet. Cost — $50.00 Includes US Media Mail shipping.
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