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Reaching Across the Species Barrier: Jane Goodall on Chimpanzees

    The pioneering ethologist and conservationist answers questions about the chimpanzees at Gombe, and other chimps, as well as the people who use and care for them.

Environmentalism of the Spirit: An Interview with Senator Al Gore by Jordan Fisher-Smith

    Shortly before assuming the Vice Presidency, former Senator Al Gore spoke with Jordan Fisher-Smith about environmentalism, spirituality, and the role of faith.

Arousing Biophilia: A Conversation with E.O. Wilson

    The eminent Harvard biologist and self-styled "rainforest nut," talks with a group of educators and nature writers about how to bring about a cultural commitment to the environment.

Paying Attention: An Interview with Barry Lopez by Kenneth Margolis

    The author of Arctic Dreams talks about landscape and language, and about his responsibilities as a writer.

Field Observations: An Interview with Wendell Berry by Jordan Fisher-Smith

    At the kitchen table and in the fields of his Kentucky farm, the poet and author discusses the importance of community, responsibility, and commitment in creating healthy relations with the earth.



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