Ignoring Nature No More: The Case for Compassionate Conservation

This collection of essays from scholars in biology, psychology, sociology, social work, economics, political science, and philosophy, as well as from those doing fieldwork in their own countries around the world, argues that conservation practices should be rooted in empathy and compassion for the well-being of individuals, species, populations, and ecosystems.

What A Fish Knows: The Inner Lives of Our Underwater Cousins

Examines, in an accessible fashion, questions of fish sentience, intelligence and memory from consideration of the point of view of individual representatives of the over 30,000 species of fish, including practices such as courtship rituals, bonding, hunting cooperatively, tool use, deception, etc., and calls for a more enlightened and compassionate relationship with aquatic life.