Coming of age at the end of nature A generation faces living on a changed planet

Book - 2016

"22 essays explore wide-ranging themes, including redefining materialism and environmental justice, assessing the risk and promise of technology, and celebrating place; includes a foreword by Bill McKibben"--

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San Antonio, Texas : Trinity University Press [2016]
Physical Description
xvii, 228 pages ; 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
  • I. Living on Eaarth : Post-nature writing / Blair Braverman
  • Why Haiti? / Elizabeth Cooke
  • Rebuild or retreat: is it time to give up on places like the Rockaways? / Ben Goldfarb
  • Winter solstice / Lisa Hupp
  • Urban foraging / Amaris Ketcham
  • To love an owl / Abby McBride
  • But I'll still be here / James Orbesen
  • II. Thinking like a river : An Orange County almanac: adventures in suburban ecology / Jason M. Brown
  • Other, wise / Cameron Conaway
  • Tamale traditions: cultivating an understanding of humans and non-human nature through food / Amy Coplen
  • Wilderness of blackberries / Craig A. Maier
  • My present Is not your tombstone: love and loss in Utah's canyon country / Lauren McCrady
  • Sunset at Mile 16 / Alycia Parnell
  • Birdhouse treasures / William Thomas
  • Erosion/accretion / Amelia Urry
  • III. MIndful monkeywrenching : Diseases of affluence / Ben Cromwell
  • The lives of plovers / Sierra Dickey
  • Why I wear Jordans in the great outdoors / CJ Goulding
  • We are the fossil-fuel freedom fighters / Bonnie Frye Hemphill
  • The wager for rain / Megan Kimble
  • Could mopping save the world?: How day-to-day chores can bring big changes / Emily Schosid
  • True to our nature / Danna Joy Staaf.