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The “Faltering Light” visual petition makes the case for stopping the trophy hunting of bears in British Columbia, Canada. The motion to stop the trophy hunt is eloquently presented in essays from environmentalists and 21st century conservation thought leaders; compelling sepia photographs of grizzly, black and spirit bears; an open letter to government, and the signatures of over seventeen thousand Canadian and global citizens who support termination of the trophy hunt.

The book contains thought provoking essays from:- Matthias Breiter, Arthur Sterritt, Ian McAllister, Charlie Russell, Wayne McCrory, Claire Hume, Jane Goodall PhD DBE, Kevin J. Smith, D. Simon Jackson, Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier, Chris Darimont, Paul Paquet, Faisal Moola, Jeff Gailus and Andrew S. Wright.

Please visit and add your name to the petition and for inclusion in the next edition.


About the Author

Andrew S. Wright
Cold-Coast Vancouver, BC, Canada

Andrew S. Wright is passionate conservationist and amateur photographer. All proceeds from his photographic prints and books are directed towards environmental efforts and initiatives.

Publish Date  April 01, 2012

Dimensions  Large Format Landscape  198 pgs Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Arts & Photography

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