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A 20th century movement has lost its way in the 21st century. The environmental movement is the most densely organized movement in human history. Green Gone Wrong is a sweeping view of the environmental movement that began and reached its full legitimate expression in the United States in the 20th century, yet, as the book argues, has lost its way in the 21st century. The book critically examines the environmental movement; its environmentalist believers, its motivating philosophers, philosophies and psychology. The book explores the concepts of ecopolitics and fear-mongering that have infected environmentalism and its government bureaucratic legacy. The book also calls for a re-introduction of good science into environmental policy decisions. Green Gone Wrong takes a candid and contemporary look at the negative impacts of ecopolitics on your life, property and constitutional rights. The book presents cases of ecopolitical abuses in public debates and legal conflicts, and portrays the condition of today's environment in surprisingly positive terms. This fact-filled and fully referenced work is from the provocative perspective of an environmental scientist who has solved real environmental problems for 25 years. Through this insightful account, your understanding of our environment will change from one of endless problems to one of amazing solutions.