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Rewilding the Land, Sea and Human Life

By George Monbiot
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Feral: Rewilding the Land, Sea and Human Life by George Monbiot

Feral (2013) is both an analysis and a manifesto. Author George Monbiot addresses what people are lacking in their day-to-day lives: nature and true wilderness. The book argues that certain areas should be left to nature and rewilded, and that the benefits of doing so – to both the planet and people – will soon follow.

  • Environmentalists looking for different perspectives
  • Anyone interested in human interactions with nature
  • Land and property administrators looking to broaden their horizons

George Monbiot is a trained zoologist, and has worked as a nature journalist as well as for environmentalist organizations. He has long been based in the United Kingdom and is a regular contributor to the Guardian. He has published several books, including Captive State and The Age of Consent.

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