Kenneth Brower

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Kenneth Brower
Born 1944 (age 73–74)
Occupation author

Kenneth Brower is an American environmental writer. He has written a number of books about the environment, national parks, and natural places. He authored the series The Earth's Wild Places, which was published by the Friends of the Earth in the 1970s. His most widely read book, on Yosemite, is in over 1,200 WorldCat libraries.[1] Many of his books have been published by the National Geographic Society. Several of his books have been translated into Japanese, German, Spanish, and Hebrew.[2] He is the oldest son of the late environmentalist David R. Brower.

Brower wrote The Starship and the Canoe, a comparison of the lives of scientist Freeman Dyson and his son George Dyson.[3]