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- 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...
- Ohio University Press 2015; US$ 19.99
For two and a half years, Katherine J. Black crisscrossed Kentucky, interviewing home vegetable gardeners from a rich variety of backgrounds. Row by Row: Talking with Kentucky Gardeners is the result, a powerful compilation of testimonies on the connections between land, people, culture, and home. The people profiled here share a Kentucky backdrop,... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 2015; Not Available
How is it that self-identified environmental progressives in America can oppose liberalizing immigration policies? Environmentalism is generally assumed to be a commitment of the political left and restrictionism a commitment of the right. As John Hultgren shows, the reality is significantly more complicated. American environmentalists have supported... more...
- NYU Press 2015; US$ 24.00
For more than 150 years, Brooklyn?s Gowanus Canal has been called a cesspool, an industrial dumping ground, and a blemish on the face of the populous borough?as well as one of the most important waterways in the history of New York harbor. Yet its true origins, man-made character, and importance to the city have been largely forgotten. Now,... more...
- CRC Press 2015; US$ 229.95
Sustainable Buildings and Structures collects the contributions presented at the 1 st International Conference on Sustainable Buildings and Structures (Suzhou, China, 29 October-1 November 2016). The book aims to share thoughts and ideas on sustainable approaches to urban planning, engineering design and construction. The topics discussed include:... more...
- Beacon Press 2015; US$ 24.95
An urgent, on-the-ground look at some of the ?new American radicals? who have laid everything on the line to build a stronger climate justice movement The science is clear: catastrophic climate change, by any humane definition, is upon us. At the same time, the fossil-fuel industry has doubled down, economically and politically, on business as usual.... more...
- Primento Digital Publishing 2015; US$ 13.99
Se lancer dans l?aventure d?une autre économie et d?une révolution intérieure... Depuis sa sortie de HEC, Tristan Lecomte parcourt le monde. De Davos à l?Amazonie, en passant par sa ferme thaïlandaise et les bureaux parisiens de Pur Projet , il est un témoin unique de l?évolution climatique et des déséquilibres engendrés par notre modèle économique.... more...
- 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...
- 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...