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The ten trusts : what we must do to care for the animals we love

Author: Jane Goodall; Marc Bekoff
Publisher: San Francisco : HarperSanFrancisco, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Combining her life's work living among the chimpanzees with her spiritual perspective on the relationship between humans and animals, world-famous scientist Jane Goodall collaborates with animal behaviorist Marc Bekoff on the "ten trust" that humans must honor as custodians of the planet.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Goodall; Marc Bekoff
ISBN: 0062517570 9780062517579
OCLC Number: 49625607
Description: xx, 200 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The first trust : Rejoice that we are part of the animal kingdom --
The second trust : Respect all life --
The third trust : Opend our minds, in humility, to animals and learn from them --
The fourth trust : Teach our children to respect and love nature --
The fifth trust : Be wise stewards of life on earth --
The sixth trust : Value and help preserve the sounds of nature --
The seventh trust : Refrain from harming life in order to learn about it --
The eighth trust : Have the courage of our convictions --
The ninth trust : Praise and help those who work for animals and the natural world --
The tenth trust : Act knowing we are not alone and live with hope --
Coda : After all is said and done, silence is betrayal.
Responsibility: Jane Goodall and Marc Bekoff.
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Combining her life's work living among the chimpanzees with her spiritual perspective on the relationship between humans and animals, world-famous scientist Jane Goodall collaborates with animal behaviorist Marc Bekoff on the "ten trust" that humans must honor as custodians of the planet.

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