A book for anyone who cares deeply about our environment and wants to know what we can and must do now to save it, Beyond Earth Day is a classic guide by one of the natural world's great defenders. Written by the late Gaylord Nelson with Susan Campbell and Paul Wozniak. Foreword by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.Gaylord Nelson (7/4/16 - 7/3/05) was known and respected throughout the world as a founding father of the modern environmental movement and creator of one of most successful and influential public awareness campaigns ever undertaken on behalf of global stewardship: Earth Day. The former U.S. senator and governor of Wisconsin presents a timely and urgent message to the planet based on his decades of passionate advocacy and scientific study. Clearly and compellingly detailing our world's most crucial environmental concerns, from species and habitat losses to global climate changes and population control issues, Nelson offers his unique and inspirational strategies for saving a fragile, living natural environment under ever-increasing threat.
By: Gaylord Nelson
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Gaylord Nelson (6/4/16 - 7/3/05) was governor of Wisconsin from 1958 to 1962 and served in the U.S. Senate from 1963 to 1981. Millions of Americans joined him in observing the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1995 for his contributions to the environmental protection movement and served as counselor to the Wilderness Society from 1981 until his death.