An essential read for the next generation of environmentalists and climate scholars, this landmark text analyzes the impact of human action on nature by linking the environmental degradation of ancient Mediterranean civilization to the United States of the 1800s. As profoundly topical today as it was in 1864, this informative yet easy-to-read text is split into six chapters and may be easily used in a course syllabus.
Charles Scribner, New York, 1864
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