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Exuberant Life explains how understanding the vulnerability and resilience of unbothered species in a place like Galapagos is indispensable in planning for the conservation and sustainable future of all species on Earth.

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Exuberant Life explains how understanding the vulnerability and resilience of unbothered species in a place like Galapagos is indispensable in planning for the conservation and sustainable future of all species on Earth.
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William H. Durham is Bing Professor in Human Biology, Emeritus, and Yang and Yamazaki University Fellow, Emeritus, at Stanford University. He's focused his career on two things. The first is putting the principles of evolution to work in understanding and sustaining biological and cultural diversity. The second is identifying the social dimensions of environmental problems and how to solve them. Durham is a recipient of the MacArthur Prize Fellowship, and he previously served 16 years as Editor of the Annual Review of Anthropology. At Stanford University, he has served as both Chair and Co-Chair of Anthropology as well as Director of Human Biology. Durham is currently Co-Director of "The Osa and Golfito Initiative," Stanford's sustainability project in Costa Rica.