Environmental literature is writing that comments intelligently on environmental themes, particularly as applied to the relationships between man, society and the environment, for example, John Mcphee's Encounters with the Archdruid, and Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest. Most nature writing and some science writing falls within the scope of environmental literature. Often, environmental literature is understood to espouse care and concern for the environment, thus advocating a more thoughtful and ecologically sensitive relationship of man to nature. Environmental journalism is partially derived from environmental literature
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