What is happening to nature and wildlife around the world? All the signals are negative, and the news is bleak, but not everything is how the media portray it. As individuals, we have more power to change the world than we think. Margi Prideaux and Donna Mulvenna traverse the wildlife conservation landscape from their two unique perspectives—one as a seasoned activist, academic and negotiator, and the other with eyes opened to nature by a deep connection born in the Amazon.
Together they stimulate thinking and offer hope.
About the Authors
Margi Prideaux is passionate about wildlife and the politics of protection. She has written about wildlife, international politics and law almost every day for the past 27 years. She is the author of Wild Tapestry: Weaving Wildlife Survival to be released by Stormbird Press in 2018.
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Donna Mulvenna is a horticulturist who writes from an office high in the rainforest canopy, reads from her sea kayak off the coast of the Atlantic, or hurtles along the Amazon’s wild rivers in a sprint canoe. She is the author of Happiness is Green to be released by Stormbird Press in 2018.
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Full title Shock and Awe: The global assault on wildlife and where to find hope
Authors Margi Prideaux and Donna Mulvenna
Release date early 2019
Format Paperback and eBook
Size 216 x 140 mm