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    Tom Wakeford,Martin Walters
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Contains articles by James Lovelock, Lynn Margulis, and David Suzuki, and a foreword by Stephen Hawking. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.

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Tom Wakeford has written a book about making science more relevant to the environment. Ayala Ochert met him. After spending a year on the Nasa planetary biology internship, Tom Wakeford is still firmly committed to bringing science down to earth. The 24-year-old has just launched his first book, Science for the Earth: can science make the world a better place? with contributions from theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, cell biologist and global ecologist Lynn Margulis, and specialist in international environmental issues Crispin Tickell

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Based on personal views of renowned scientists and environmentalists including James Lovelock, Lynn Margulis and David Suzuki who discuss their own experience with scientific practice, predict how science could benefit the future of humans under ideal conditions and examine the numerous aspects of our daily lives influenced, for better or worse, by Western science.