pages, and many of the ideas on them, were inspired
by Marion Harless is a naturalist, comparative psychologist,
and wildlife biologist, who has directed nature museums, taught at
several universities, and has numerous popular and scientific
publications under her belt as well as a sharp set of pruning
shears. This series recommends thoughtful conservation coupled with
modern ingenuity, and that those concerned with the health of the
planet would do more good by acting locally while thinking globally
than by looking to government and corporate America for solutions.
Many of the solutions to climate change can be found at home, yes,
in your backyard.