Peter Scales “What if the birds all die? Rachel Carson and “Silent Spring””

November 5, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

In September 1962 — 45 years ago — American marine biologist Rachel Carson published “Silent Spring,” an argument against the pesticide DDT and other synthetic pesticides. Carson’s work led to the banning of DDT, the creating of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and to kick-starting environmentalism in North America. We owe the Unitarian 7th principle in part to Rachel Carson. How could one slim book make such a dramatic impact? Come and hear!

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