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Thinking Like a Mountain
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Preface

PART ONE: Getting to Know the Neighbours
A Day in May
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Birdwatcher
My People
The Call of a Wolf
Roving around the World
Getting to Know the Neighbours
Natural Art
Aristocrats of Time and Space

PART TWO: Message in the Bones
Message in the Bones
The Grapes of La Mancha
If a Tree Falls
A Village Story
Homo sapiens Teenager consumerensis
Small Is Beautiful
Unholy Alliance
Natural Capitalism
Beyond the Rapids

PART THREE: Signs of Hope
An Alpine Idea
The Grameen Bank
Nigerian Public Transit
The Ecology of Cities
Holy Alliances
From Tortoise Islet
Good People
A View from the Mountain

More Food for Thought
Acknowledgments

About the Author

ROBERT BATEMAN's fascinations with nature dates from his boyhood in Toronto, where he began his lifelong education as a naturalist by studying and sketching the species he saw in the ravine behind his house. An internationally acclaimed artist whose paintings can be found in collections worldwide, he is the bestselling author of fifteen books. An officer of the Order of Canada, the recipient of numerous honorary doctorates and an honorary life member of many conservation organizations, he devotes a great deal of his time to finding ways to preserve the natural world. Bateman lives with his wife, Birgit, on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.

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