The Psychology of “Saving the World” in the Anthropocene

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Critically endangered Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus), Portugal © M. C. Tobias

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Media Type: Interview

Date of Publication: March 27, 2016

Year of Publication: 2016

Publisher: Sussex Publishers, LLC

Author(s): Marc Bekoff

Newspaper: Psychology Today

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Marc Bekoff Ph.D. speaks with Dancing Star Foundation‘s President and author Michael Charles Tobias concerning the new edition of Tobias’s novel, The Adventures of Mr. Marigold.

The Adventures of Mr. Marigold is a long, detailed, and wide-ranging book. I agree with Dr. Tobias — read one chapter at a time — and think deeply about what you’ve just read. When you’re done, it’ll all come together into a very succinct message — that there is hope,  but things will not get better unless we pay very close attention to who we are and what we do as big-brained invasive mammals living on and systematically and relentlessly destroying a magnificent but fragile planet — and that the novel really is celebratory.

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