Carl Safina has become a leading voice for conservation, widening his interests from what is at stake in the natural world to who is at stake among the nonhuman beings who share this astonishing planet with us. He is best known for lyrical nonfiction writing. He has authored seven acclaimed books including Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel and his newest, Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace. Safina’s work explores how we are changing the natural world and what the changes mean for both human and nonhuman beings. He argues that the durability of human dignity and survival of the natural world will depend on each other; we cannot preserve the wild unless we preserve human dignity, and we cannot conserve human dignity while continuing to degrade nature. His work fuses scientific understanding, emotional connection, and a moral call to action. Please join us for this very special Earth Day Week event celebrating the publication of Becoming Wild.
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