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Ignoring Nature: Why We Do It, the Dire Consequences, and the Need for a Paradigm Shift to Save Animals, Habitats, and Ourselves
Ecology, Habitat, and Land Management
  • Marc Bekoff, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Sarah Bexell, University of Denver
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Abstract
The article discusses the importance of biodiversity and on how people protect animals and habitats. It describes the conservation psychology and conservation social work. It suggests that there will be fewer people who will actually be able to make a positive difference in the relationships with animals and ecosystems.
Citation Information
Bekoff, M., & Bexell, S. (2010). Ignoring nature: why we do it, the dire consequences, and the need for a paradigm shift to save animals, habitats, and ourselves. Human ecology review, 17(1), 71.