条形码：9787530979174 ; 978-7-5309-7917-4
Sand country Yearbook is the crystallization of Leopold’s life observation, experience and thinking, the founder of new environmental theory and the father of ecological ethics in the United States. It is a book describing the relationship between land and people, which is known as the pioneering work of land ethics. The book covers a wide range of subject knowledge. The language is fresh and beautiful, and the content is serious and profound. Between the lines of the book, the author’s meticulous observation is reflected. The book is full of the author’s sincere love for animals, birds, exotic flowers and other creatures. It is not only an handed down classic worthy of readers’ repeated taste, but also an introductory book for children to go to the wild and cultivate environmental protection and ecological awareness, It was once rated as “one of the ten best books in the field of natural writing in the 20th century” by the New York Public Library.
Leopold once said: “like the wind and the sunrise, it is taken for granted to obtain the wild things, until the progress of society, and those things that are taken for granted disappear from us. Now, we have to face a very serious question: is the natural cost of a higher quality life worth it? Only a few of us believe that watching wild geese is more important than watching TV. Finding a white headed flower is an inalienable right as free speech. “ The book covers a wide range of subject knowledge. The language is fresh and beautiful, and the content is serious and profound. Between the lines of the book, the author’s meticulous observation is reflected, and the author’s sincere love for animals, birds, flowers and other creatures is permeated.
Aldo Leopold (1887-1948), the founder of American new environmental theory, is known as “the father of ecological ethics”《 Shaxiang Yearbook is his most famous work, the crystallization of his life observation, experience and thinking. In the last chapter of the chronicles of shajun, Leopold expounds the ethical relationship of communication with land - soil, water, plants and animals are the same as human beings. He thinks that human selfish possession of land is unreasonable and should be criticized. He wrote that “it is only ethical for us to have close relationships with those we can see, feel, understand, love or believe in.”.