Empowering Stewards Of Nature
At this point in our planet’s history, probably the most important people on our planet are environmental educators, youth under 25 years old, and all stewards of Nature. This group will build a legacy of future generations that will practice a new consciousness for Nature that has been lost by recent generations. The current destructive trend of apathy toward Nature, human over-consumption, and over-population has the potential of being reversed by this group before it is too late. It is this new legacy who will be preserving and protecting Nature’s essential and vital energy flow. This book, Empowering Nature’s Stewards, is addressed to this group of important human beings.
The book emphasizes the real reason that all environmental conservation practices exist — that is the preservation of the pathways of energy flow in Nature. Life is defined by Nature’s energy flow. By identifying and conserving energy flow networks, mankind does not get involved in making changes to Nature, Instead, mankind embraces Nature as She makes the decisions that best serve Her and Her creatures.
- Identifies the core problem on Earth – An unsustainable human population and human overconsumption that is depleting our earth’s resources.
- Defines Nature as a complex energy flow network of interdependent “living systems”.
- Discusses Nature’s energy transformation and transportation processes.
- Evangelizes the idea that conservation is the act of identifying, preserving, and protecting energy flow pathways in Nature.
- Identifies conservation practices that will protect these vital energy flow pathways.
- Emphasizes that environmental education can build a legacy of young people who have the potential of reversing an unsustainable human population growth rate and overconsumption.
In addition to the extensive text on these subjects, the book offers a series of case studies, activity sets, and lesson plans.
The book is in the form of a PDF book which is provided free of charge.
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My name is Bill Graham. As a Marine Biologist who has worked in the US and Mexico for 30 years, I am a student of Nature, a teacher, a researcher, and a nature photographer. Through my work, I have acquired an ever growing passion for how everything in Nature is connected. Today, I travel extensively contemplating about, writing about, and photographing Nature’s connections. I also work with conservation projects in the USA and Mexico and mentor talented youth.