So far I've read the first chapters of Vogel's latest book. In this book which was recommended via Frieze, Vogel wrestles with a lot of questions that come up in my own work. He is thorough. He backs up into philosophical origins of opposing ideas and he is cautious to define terms before handing the reader his own ideas. The foundation of which these ideas originate is that "Nature" (the binary of human society) never existed, and therefor cannot be lost. Wilderness is a place that can never be found. And until we come to see our own influence in the environment that effects us and which we produce, we will not be able to change negative behavior. For me this book has started to answer several questions: why do we idealize the otherness of nature? What happens when we commercialize products of nature? How does this alter our relationship with our environment?