Penan: Voice for the Borneo Rainfoest
Wade Davis & Thom Henley
The authors seek in this book to publicise the plight of the Penan people, witnessing their way of life and livelihood disappear as the Borneo rainforest withers under the effects of mainly commercial human incursions from outside. Through the words of one Penan, Dawat Lupung, Davis and Henley vividly record, by text and colour photographs, what is disappearing and suggestion solutions to enable the Penan to stay. 158 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
Weight 0.8kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by S. Abdul Majeed & Co, Kuala Lumpur, 1990. ISBN: 9789839626414
Condition: Near Fine Paperback in a Very Good dust jacket. Apart from a little scuffing on the dust jacket, the book looks new.