Losing Paradise: The Growing Threat to Our Animals, Our by Paul G. Irwin

By Paul G. Irwin

The final many years of the 20 th century observed an exceptional attack by way of people on nature and animals in the course of the international. rather than relocating towards a greater global, we're now dealing with a tidal wave of ecological demanding situations that threatens to brush away no matter what growth we now have achieved.

In this landmark booklet, writer Paul G. Irwin provides an alarming examine what we've done—and proceed to do—to animals, to the environment, and to ourselves. Losing Paradise first examines the ideals that lie on the center of our harmful actions—beliefs that position people above and opposed to nature. It then info the result of those distorted values, together with the tough therapy of animals via manufacturing facility farming, looking, and trapping, and the destruction of the environment. yet whereas Losing Paradise shows the wear now we have performed, it additionally indicates the stairs we will be able to take to construct a very humane society and reclaim our wondrous wildlife. most vital, it reminds us of the paradise this earth could be for all God’s creatures.

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