Sparing nature: the conflict between human population growth and Earth's biodiversity.
Piscataway: Rutgers University Press, 2003.
Octavo, dustwrapper, 240 pp. illustrations.
The more people there are, the more we push aside wild plants and animals. In Sparing nature the author explores the cause and effect relationship between these two trends, demonstrating that nature is too sparing to accommodate both a richly diverse living world and a rapidly expanding number of people.