Wilson's is still the best work we are ever likely to have on the tangled, ever-changing relationships that all species on the planet have with one another--and why the preservation of the same biological diversity that sparks our curiosity and enriches our spirit may also be the key to our survival.--T.H. Watkins "Washington Post "
About the Author
Edward O. Wilson is Research Professor and Honorary Curator in Entomology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard Universtiy. He has contributed greatly to our understanding of the biological world - his book, On Human Nature (1988) won the Pulitzer Prize and he has won numerous scientific awards for his work. Stefan Buczacki is a distinguished gardening expert with an international reputation. He devised, wrote and presented The Gardening Quiz for BBC Radio 4 and is well known for his contributions to Gardener's Question Time. He has appeared frequently on television and has published books including Stefan Buczacki's Plant Dictionary.
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