John Berger talks about Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration, and Preservation.
Fragile kingdoms of innumerable organisms and rich beauty, forests today are both our most plentiful and our most endangered natural resource.
Understanding their workings and how to sustain them is imperative to ensuring the future of humanity- Book Passage
John Berger is the author of Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration, and Preservation.
Berger 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.
John Berger, author of Forests Forever, details some of the forest policies of the Bush Administration which have allowed development and clear-cutting in forests that were formerly designated for protection.