We need the Lorax

How, even today, the Dr. Seuss classic can be a difference maker on environmental issues

While sales were not as brisk as other Dr. Seuss books when it was first released, “The Lorax” has shown durable staying power with its important message. (Photo credit: Miller Chetwynd)

Nearly 50 years ago, Theodor Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) unveiled “The Lorax.” While he was known for his whimsically rhyming children’s stories, the author had a clear — and slightly different — vision in mind for this volume. “It’s one of the few things I set out to do that was straight…



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Josh Chetwynd

Communications for The Public Interest Network, Environment America and U.S. PIRG; book author: http://amzn.to/1SNJBJT ; avid curler/ex-baseball player