November 2014 – vol. 107, issue 11 Jeremy Greenwood Recently, Conor Jameson suggested that we remember Rachel Carson annually on the anniversary of her death (Brit. Birds 107: 242). I would go further and suggest that we never forget the issues to which she alerted the world - and their continuing relevance. Carson's message in Silent Spring applied to the misuse of all pesticides but she concentrated on DDT because it was th... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.