Terry Tempest Williams

Penguin has collected the classics of the environmental movement into twenty concise books. The writings by Terry Tempest Williams examine the effects of nuclear testing, the critical nature of environmental law, and the conservatism that should be our guiding principle. Seventy-five years have passed since the creation of a new canon. Visionary thinkers worldwide have spoken out in defense of the planet and to confirm our role as the driving force behind its restoration as a result of humans’ irreversible alteration of life on Earth. Their sayings have stood the test of time and evolved into movement classics. Together, these volumes demonstrate the depth of environmental thought and illustrate how to create a world that is juster, wiser, and greener.