Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration, and Protection
by John J. Berger
Co-published by Forests Forever Foundation and the Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago
John J. Berger, Ph.D., holds advanced degrees in energy and natural resources and ecology, and works as a consultant specializing in natural resources and the environment. He has published several books on environmental topics, including Restoring the Earth: How Americans Are Working to Renew Our Damaged Environment (Alfred A. Knopf, 1985; Doubleday Anchor Books, 1987), Charging Ahead: The Business of Renewable Energy and What It Means for America (Henry Holt and Company, 1997), and Beating the Heat: Why and How We Must Combat Global Warming (Berkeley Hills Books, 2000). Dr. Berger lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Forests Forever Foundation: Founded in 1998, Forests Forever Foundation exists to inform and educate Californians about the threats to the state’s 17 million acres of diverse woodlands. A chief source of our drinking water, wildlife, and our spiritual refreshment, California’s magnificent forests help define the special character of the place where we live. Forests Forever Foundation fulfills a unique function in the forestry-reform community by carrying out a program of broad-based citizen education through direct-contact grassroots organizing.
The Center for American Places: The Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago is a non-profit publisher founded in 1990. Its educational mission is to enhance the public's understanding of, and appreciation for, the natural and built environment. The Center is guided by the view that books provide, perhaps better than any other medium, the intellectual and affective foundation for comprehending—and caring for—the places where we live, work, and explore.
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