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More great reads: "Forces of Nature" is the fourth in The New Yorker Reader series of anthologies of content culled from the magazine’s rich archive, and is now available to all digital subscribers on the iPad as part of their subscription, and to non-subscribers for $2.99. This collection features an introduction by staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert, and ten features, including Bill McKibben on global warming, John McPhee on the conservationist David Brower and the industrialist Charles Park, Michael Specter on measuring carbon footprints, Dana Goodyear on the growing world of entomophagy (eating insects), plus poetry by Wendell Berry, a video tour of sustainable architecture in New York City led by Paul Goldberger, and much, much more.
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