Most of all, however, we butterflies and our insect cousins are "the little things that run the world," according to famed biologist E.O. Wilson
. "If all humankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to a rich state of equilibrium.
The film tells the story of a young man from the local community who discovers a passion for science after meeting world-renowned biologist E.O. Wilson
It is a bold vision for our future built on the work of ecologists like E.O. Wilson
and Harvey Locke.
The article refers to the biophilia hypothesis, first popularized by biologist E.O. Wilson
, which states that exposure to nature is required for humans, especially children, to thrive.
It is just that he had the wrong species," wrote sociobiologist E.O. Wilson
, the world's leading authority on ants.
"The concept of biophilia was revealed in 1953 by E.O. Wilson
, which is basically the human-nature relationship -- how houses and buildings should connect us to nature and that we should not just be sitting in a box.
There is a free high school biology textbook, E.O. Wilson
's Life on Earth, produced by the E.O.
With vivacious writing and thoughtful, provocative insights, Losos' captivating study of evolution deserves to be read alongside the books of E.O. Wilson
(The Social Conquest of Earth) and Stephen Jay Gould (Wonderful Life).
"According to the Pulitzer Prize winning biologist E.O. Wilson
, ants, termites, bees, and people are among the most successful species on earth because they are the greatest cooperators," Clinton said in press release for the exhibit.
More recently, in 1998, E.O. Wilson
addressed the fact that we are awash in information: "We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom.
In March two-time Pulitzer Prize winner E.O. Wilson
released Half Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life, the final book of his worldview-defining trilogy.