London – 1996
Autor: Dalai Lama (Introduction)
Estado: Muy bien
Estado sobrecubierta : Muy bien
Formato: Encuadernación de tapa dura
Editorial: André Deutsch Limited
Formato: Folio: 34 cm
12.00€ IVA Incl.
Edit. André Deutsch Limited, 1996 London. 160p. Folio menor (31x25cm). Cartoné con sobrecubierta ilustrada en muy buen estado. Signos de uso. Sobrecubierta algo deslucida. Puntas dobladas. «It began in an unlikely place, the idea of three men who wanted somehow to make a stand. Employing the Quaker tradition of bearing witness -seeking to protest by their very presence- they and others attempted to take a boat to a nuclear test site in the Artic. So began Greenpeace, which was to become the largest envoronmental movement in the world. (…) This book, with its stunning photographs and front line reports, is a celebratory tribute to Greenpeace’s first twenty-five years of effective non-violent protest on global environmental issues. Every photograph is a testament to the extraordinary achievement of a movement which believes that change is not only vital but always possible for as long as we continue to bear witnee to the growing threat to the world in which we live».