This is a very timely resource. Just when environmentalists are facing deep setbacks to their mission, this salutary collection of essays arrives like manna in the wilderness. Thirty environmentalists, feminists, theologians, psychologists, and indigenous philosophers offer practical, poetic, and spiritual ways of caring for the environment. There are especially trenchant pieces by Matthew Fox on compassion, Charlene Spretnak on grace, Thomas Berry on story, Max Oelschlaeger on the sacred, and Terry Tempest Williams on the erotics of place. This is a book that will stir your soul and help you see the need to act now to protect the good earth.