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"Eric Dinerstein’s engaging new book [is a]…zoological travelogue, observing rare species across the planet and contemplating, as he does so, why rarity is profoundly important for our understanding of nature and our efforts to conserve it."
"Poignant... Tibet Wild...lays out an open-ended account of the struggle to save wild places and their inhabitants. I can’t recall any book that has made me care as much or think harder about how we might do that."
"Often lyrically, Davis bemoans the state of a river that has been hemmed in so that cities including Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Tucson and Phoenix can switch on their lights and have their taps flow....He does a good job of showing how we are all connected to this river, whether we recognize it or not."
—The Washington Post
State of the World 2013 cuts through the rhetoric surrounding sustainability, offering a broad and realistic look at how close we are to fulfilling it today and which practices and policies will steer us in the right direction.