Since its beginnings, Open Spaces has been on the cutting edge of thinking about the Pacific Northwest - an intelligent, provocative, beautifully conceived magazine for thoughtful readers who are searching for new ways to understand the region, themselves, and many of the major issues of our time.
The Pacific Northwest is known for its innovative solutions. Whether the challenge is integration with the natural world, the relationship of science and policy, learning to use what we know, or simply enjoying a balanced and fulfilling life, these writers, leaders in their respective disciplines, provide the background necessary to understand the issues and move forward. This lasting collection from the magazine is an invaluable resource for students, educators, and practitioners working in various fields as well as decision makers in government, business, and other sectors looking for real-world answers to ongoing conflicts.
Collectively, the writers in this volume apply their expertise and talent to provide an intelligent and informed context through which to see public issues and make sense of the changes that continue to shape the region and our world. Individually, they touch on our deepest sense of human experience and continuity and reflect the spirit of the Northwest. Open Spaces enlightens, challenges, and inspires.
Featured writers:Bruce BabbittR. Peter BennerLinda BesantEmory BundyJeff CurtisBob DavisonSandra DorrAngus DuncanDavid James DuncanTom GrantStephen J. HarrisRoy HemmingwayThomas F. HornbeinWilliam KittredgeJane LubchencoKathleen Dean MooreLee C. NeffJames OpieDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainJarold RamseyRichard RapportEric RedmanWilliam D. RuckelshausRobert SackEdward W. SheetsScot SiegelKim StaffordJohn StruloeffAnn WareCharles Wilkinson
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|Size: ||1.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||University of Washington Press|
|Date published: || 2011|
|ISBN: ||2370006871675 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|