Emma Marris: How Do We Embrace All Kinds Of Nature? Environmental writer Emma Marris wants us to broaden our definition of nature to one that embraces urban and wild spaces in order learn to protect and care for it.
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How Do We Embrace All Kinds Of Nature?

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How Do We Embrace All Kinds Of Nature?

How Do We Embrace All Kinds Of Nature?

How Do We Embrace All Kinds Of Nature?

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Part 2 of TED Radio Hour episode Anthropocene

About Emma Marris's TED Talk

Environmental writer Emma Marris wants us to broaden our definition of nature to one that embraces urban and wild spaces in order learn to protect and care for it.

About Emma Marris

Environmental writer Emma Marris is the author of Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in the Post-Wild World. Marris has a Master's in Science Writing from the Johns Hopkins University. She has also written for publications such as Nature, Discover, and the New York Times.

In the interview, Marris describes Greg Aplet's ideas for the future of conservation. For more on those ideas, go to Marris and Aplet's New York Times op-ed.