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Priority One: Together We Can Beat Global Warming
Australia, Keyline Publishing, (2005). Yeomans began his warnings about global warming in the 1980s. In 1990, the Australian was invited to the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California for a conference on the future of agriculture in the U.S. There, Yeomans proposed his concept of sequestering atmospheric carbon dioxide via the enhancement of soil fertility. This copy of Priority One is inscribed by the author to the soil scientist Bill Liebhardt in 2009, "Yes, it's been a long time since Esalen." Two tiny foredge spots, else fine in a fine dust jacket. Laid in is a broadside, also signed by Yeomans, entitled "How We Fix Global Warming" in four steps. Fine. [#034724] $200

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