“The world’s greatest naturalist” (Jeffrey Sachs) proposes a plan to save Earth’s imperiled biosphere.
"As an outline of our terrible ecological plight, it [Half-Earth] does a first-class job. Wilson is, if nothing else, a gifted wordsmith and Half-Earth is a much-needed antidote to the views of those who assert that our worldly woes are exaggerated and that everything is tickety-boo in the Garden of Eden." — The Observer
"...the conclusion to [Edward O. Wilson's] best-selling trilogy…" — BBC Wildlife
"... in his new, important work Half-Earth... Wilson's gauntlet has been thrown: let the revolution begin." — Geographical
"It's time to make protecting the biodiversity of our planet the next great cause of planetary health. If one text could ignite this movement for biodiversity, it might be E 0 Wilson's book, Half-Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life." — The Lancet
"[Wilson's] book... is provocative in all the best ways..." — The Guardian