Mary Ellen Hannibal: ‘Searching For Heroes And Hope In An Age Of Extinction’

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Mary Ellen Hannibal: ‘Searching For Heroes And Hope In An Age Of Extinction’
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Town Hall Seattle says
Award-winning writer and environmentalist Mary Ellen Hannibal combines original reporting, meticulous research, and powerful prose in "Citizen Scientist," which tells the story of how she rescued herself from devastating loss with a new kind of science. Prompted by the sudden death of her novelist father, Hannibal began an exploration into her heritage, discovering a family legacy of looking closely at the world. She traces the path of her deeply personal connection to the citizen science movement: the centuries-long tradition of amateur observation by writers and naturalists. With an unbending zeal for protecting the environment, she lays out a “blueprint for action” to slow the destruction of our planet and the extinction of the human race.
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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