- Bruce Babbitt, former U.S. Interior Secretary
"Trump is proclaiming that...our entire public land heritage may soon be up for sale. I hope this excellent book will awaken all Americans to an unprecedented threat."
- James L. Powell, author of Dead Pool
“...outstanding book...with irony, humor, and just enough hope to inspire readers to continue the fight..."
"...a nuanced, comprehensive, surprisingly up-to-date review of the threats facing publicly owned lands... direct, captivating stories..."
- Nature, The International Journal of Science
" ... a timely unveiling of the systematic theft of our nation’s most treasured landscapes."
- Roger Clark, Grand Canyon Trust
“Nash has the rare ability to speak to a variety of college campus groups about this sometimes difficult and polarizing topic…and then give a general address to the student body about what is going on with the environment and explain to them in a gentle, non-partisan way why they should care.”
“…appreciated your ability and willingness to customize the presentation to the needs of my class… the new data on species range shifts was really helpful.”
“…particularly informative, stimulating many questions and discussion from those in attendance.”
“…a presentation tailored for our professional audience…Simultaneously scholarly and approachable.”
“…engaging presentation style, rich with visuals and data made accessible to everyday people, conveyed a tremendous amount…”
“The keynote was great, very informative!…An eye-opener for someone who has never concerned themselves about the impact of projected changes to the climate.”
“Steve Nash is the rare writer who understands both science and storytelling. He’s also an extremely amusing guy.”
“The book is powerful in its own right. But seeing Nash present the book’s findings and his views in a public forum, through compelling images and storytelling, has been very effective in educating and mobilizing audiences…”
“He’s engaging, extremely well-informed, and good at connecting with a wide variety of audiences.”
“Interesting and understandable to the average citizen… brought it home… I would encourage everyone to read his book and attend his presentation.”