Silent Spring Revisited
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David Pimentel a. Author affiliations a , UK. David Pimentel writes his viewpoint on progress over the last 40 years in dealing with the environmental problems highlighted in Rachel Carson's book, Silent Spring Rachel had, David says, the foresight and knowledge to warn us about the ecological hazards of pesticides to public health and health of other organisms. You have access to this article. Please wait while we load your content Something went wrong. Try again? Cited by. Back to tab navigation Download options Please wait Fifty years on, Conor Jameson reflects on the growth of environmentalism since Silent Spring.
Around this, Conor weaves touching personal observation and two decades of notes from his own roles in conservation. It is an attempt to answer the fundamental question: are we silencing the spring? I think others may be a little startled too. His clear, vivid writing skillfully weaves political and cultural history, personal observation and passionate advocacy for the conservation of our diminishing wildlife to create a book that will endure in the annals of natural history. Conor Mark Jameson reflects on this legacy and asks the question — are we still silencing the spring? Every one of the years since is examined in detail to plot the growth of environmentalism.
All this evokes the year in question for every reader and gives a relevance and immediacy to the conservation issues. How on earth has the author remembered or researched all this so thoroughly? The clue comes on page He was inspired to become a 'dedicated diarist' by some words of Laurie Lee: 'Autobiography is also a celebration of living and an attempt to hoard its sensations [ Conor Mark Jameson has ensured that the last five decades have not drifted gently away.
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This significant half-century is summarised for posterity, the debt we owe to the ever-vigilant and campaigning RSPB is clear, and the message is obvious. We are still silencing the spring. But there are isolated beacons of hope. Newsletter Google 4.
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