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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Confessions of a Greenpeace dropout : the making of a sensible environmentalist /|
|Author||Moore, Patrick, ; Moore, Patrick Albert,|
|Publisher||Beatty Street Pub.,|
|Subjects||Environmentalists--Canada--Biography. ; Conservationists--Canada--Biography. ; èOkologische Bewegung ; Politiska aktivister--Kanada--biografi. ; Miljèofrêagor.|
|Additional Subjects||Moore, Patrick Albert,--1947- ; Greenpeace Foundation.|
|Collation||387 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
First principles -- Our present perdicament -- Beginnings -- No nukes now! -- Saving the whales -- Baby seals and movie stars -- Taking the reins -- Growing pains -- Greenpeace goes global -- Consensus and sustainable development discovered -- Jailed whales, curtains of death, raising fist, and sinking Rainbows -- Greenpeaces sails off the deep end -- Round tables and square pegs -- Trees are the answer -- Energy to power our world -- Food, nutrition, and genetic science -- Biodiversity, endangered species, and extinction -- Chemicals are us -- Population is us --Climate of fear -- Charting a sensible course to a sustainable future. "Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout: The Making of a Sensible Environmentalist is Dr. Patrick Moore's engaging firsthand account of his many years spent as the ultimate Greenpeace insider, a co-founder and leader in the organization's top committee. Moore explains why, 15 years after co-founding it, he left Greenpeace to establish a more sensible, science-based approach to environmentalism. From energy independence to climate change, genetic engineering to aquaculture, Moore sheds new light on some of the most controversial subjects in the news today."--Amazon.