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    • 978-1-03-915193-2
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    • Black & White interior
    • 186 pages
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  • Keywords
    • environmental activism,
    • environmental challenges,
    • climate change,
    • protecting the biosphere,
    • tree planting,
    • homo sapiens and mass extinction,
    • 21st century concerns

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Reflections for the Twenty-First Century
by Jean Pi Lee

Can you name a few habitats that are being destroyed? How is mitigation being done there? What would you do? What is your individual carbon footprint? Reflections for the Twenty-First Century explores the present state of Earth and Homo sapiens, looking at past events and circumstances that have brought us to where we are today, where we are headed in the future, and how we can each play a role in a more sustainable existence. The first part of this collection of essays, articles, and poetry reflects on activist Jean Pi Lee’s experiences in ecology and the environment while the second section examines the species of Homo sapiens, its evolution, potential, communicative abilities, and more. With exercises to get you enthusiastic about saving the earth, as well as an abundance of additional reading resources to broaden your subject knowledge, Reflections for the Twenty-First Century is sure to embolden you to take action today!

Jean Pi Lee is an environmental activist with a BSc and MSc in science, and she also enjoys studying humanities. Since the 1980s, she has participated in protest rallies, assessments, conferences, laboratory experiences, biological field work, tree planting, and a variety of other ecological and environmental causes. Jean has published poetry, essays, and articles about such topics as the environment, ecology, Homo sapiens, and the future of our planet, as well as a science fiction novel Peterio Ignitus Planetary Anthropologist. She is also a member of the Utopia Science Fiction Magazine and the online writing site Medium She lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Connect with Jean at: or at


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