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  • Saving the Planet Without Costing the Earthby Donnachadh McCarthy

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2004; US$ 14.99

    This is the only book that shows you how to make your life more environmentally friendly while also boosting your bank balance. more...

  • Plain Radicalby Robert Jensen

    Soft Skull Press 2015; US$ 15.95

    There was nothing out of the ordinary about Jim Koplin. He was just your typical central Minnesota gay farm boy with a Ph.D. in experimental psychology who developed anarchist-influenced, radical-feminist, and anti-imperialist politics, while never losing touch with his rural roots. But perhaps the most important thing about Jim is that throughout... more...

  • Wintergreenby Robert Michael Pyle; David Guterson

    Pharos Editions 2015; US$ 18.95

    In the Willapa Hills of southwest Washington, both the human community and the forest community are threatened with extinction. Virtually every acre of the hills has been logged, often repeatedly, in the past hundred years, endangering both the land and the people, leaving dying towns as well as a devastated ecosystem. Weaving vivid portraits of the... more...

  • www.WildeWaldWelt.deby Almud Brünner; Daniel Mastalerz; Johannes von Stemm

    Lambertus-Verlag 2015; Not Available

    Naturschutz macht Spaß! Das erlebten Kinder, Jugendliche und Erwachsene beim Projekt " - Jugendhilfe erlebt, begreift und packt an!" Dort leisteten sie gemeinsam von 2012 bis 2014 rund 4.600 ehrenamtliche Arbeitsstunden für Wald und Naturschutz. Sie fällten Bäume, wo Biotopflächen sonst zuwachsen würden, packten an bei... more...

  • Tipping Point for Planet Earthby Anthony D. Barnosky; Elizabeth A. Hadly

    St. Martin's Press 2016; US$ 26.99

    Tipping Point for Planet Earth explains why Earth is headed for a tipping point, a change so fast, dramatic, and unexpected that humanity will reel at the consequences. Midway through this century, there will be more than nine billion people on the planet. Already we are using most of the arable land that exists and overfishing the oceans. Water,... more...

  • The Essential Agrarian Readerby Norman Wirzba; Barbara Kingsolver

    Counterpoint 2015; US$ 16.95

    Agrarian philosophy, a compelling worldview with advocates around the globe, encourages us to develop practices and policies that promote the sustainable health of the land, community, and culture. In this remarkable anthology are fifteen essays from Wendell Berry, Vandana Shiva, Wes Jackson, Gene Logsdon, Brian Donahue, Eric Freyfogle, David Orr,... more...

  • Animals In Human Societyby Daniel Moorehead

    UPA 2015; US$ 32.99

    Including the work of 12 authors, this collection of essays explores the broad range of animals that share our planet and attempts to recognize our responsibility as humans to take their interests seriously. more...

  • Thoreau on Natureby Henry David Thoreau; Nick Lyons

    Skyhorse Publishing 2015; US$ 12.99

    How important is a constant intercourse with nature and the contemplation of natural phenomena to the preservation of moral and intellectual health!? Henry David Thoreau Since his death in 1862, Henry David Thoreau has left an indelible mark on the American mind. A vocal champion of simple living and social equality, he is revered for his tempered... more...

  • Namaqualandby Richard Cowling & Shirley Pierce; Colin Paterson-Jones

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2015; US$ 14.00

    Namaqualand ? a desert of succulents. From dwarf species barely a few millimetres tall to trees several metres high, the range of succulent plants in this seemingly desolate region is unrivalled in both its extent and its variety of forms. Tiny plants that resemble flowering stones dot a plain of quartz; a minute 'garden' fills a rock crevice; an exuberant... more...

  • Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functionsby Clement A. Tisdell

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2015; US$ 40.00

    This innovative book identifies socio-economic processes which transform the stock of genetic resources and ecosystems and discusses sustainability issues raised by variations in this stock. It focuses subsequently on the socio-economics of the conservation and change in the stock of human developed germplasm and ecosystems. Particular attention is... more...