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  • Business Lessons from a Radical Industrialistby Ray C. Anderson; Robin White

    St. Martin's Press 2011; US$ 20.99

    In 1994, Interface founder and chairman Ray Anderson set an audacious goal for his commercial carpet company: to take nothing from the earth that can't be replaced by the earth. Now, Anderson leads the way forward and challenges all of industry to share that goal. The Interface story is a compelling one: in 1994, making carpets was a toxic,... more...

  • Against the Grainby Richard Manning

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2005; US$ 15.99

    In this provocative, wide-ranging book, Richard Manning offers a dramatically revisionist view of recent human evolution, beginning with the vast increase in brain size that set us apart from our primate relatives and brought an accompanying increase in our need for nourishment. For 290,000 years, we managed to meet that need as hunter-gatherers,... more...

  • Extractive Industries and Ape Conservationby Arcus Foundation

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 32.00

    Rigorously and objectively examines the evolving context within which great ape and gibbon habitats are increasingly interfacing with extractive industries. more...

  • The Age of Consequencesby Courtney White; Wendell Berry

    Counterpoint 2015; US$ 26.00

    Our planet is approaching a critical environmental juncture. Across the globe we continue to deplete the five pools of carbon soil, wood, coal, oil, and natural gas at an unsustainable rate. We?ve burned up half the planet?s known reserves of oil one trillion barrels in less than a century. When these sources of energy-rich carbon go into... more...

  • Life's Engines: How Microbes Made Earth Habitableby Paul G. Falkowski

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 24.95

    For almost four billion years, microbes had the primordial oceans all to themselves. The stewards of Earth, these organisms transformed the chemistry of our planet to make it habitable for plants, animals, and us. Life?s Engines takes readers deep into the microscopic world to explore how these marvelous creatures made life on Earth possible?and... more...

  • Ecologyby Michael Begon; Colin R. Townsend; John L. Harper

    Wiley 2009; US$ 100.00

    Begon, Townsend, and Harper's Ecology has long been regarded as the definitive textbook on all aspects of ecology. This new edition provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject, from the first principles of ecology to the current state of the field, and aims to improve students' preparedness to address the environmental problems of the new millennium.... more...

  • Under the Banyan Treeby Sheldon J. Segal

    Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 21.99

    This analysis of human affairs affected by population growth lays out the problems and suggests the solutions. In topics ranging from global food supply, to environmental problems, to urbanization, he gives us his take on the importance of moving a society from high fertility to low fertility. more...

  • A Primate's Memoirby Robert M. Sapolsky

    Scribner 2007; US$ 17.00

    In the tradition of Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey, Robert Sapolsky, a foremost science writer and recipient of a MacArthur Genius Grant, tells the mesmerizing story of his twenty-one years in remote Kenya with a troop of Savannah baboons. ?I had never planned to become a savanna baboon when I grew up; instead, I had always assumed I would become a... more...

  • The Sixth Extinctionby Elizabeth Kolbert

    Henry Holt and Co. 2014; US$ 16.99

    ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW'S 10 BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR A major book about the future of the world, blending intellectual and natural history and field reporting into a powerful account of the mass extinction unfolding before our eyes Over the last half a billion years, there have been five mass extinctions, when the diversity of... more...

  • Dust Bowlby Donald Worster

    Oxford University Press, USA 2004; US$ 16.99

    In the mid 1930s, North America's Great Plains faced one of the worst man-made environmental disasters in world history. Donald Worster's classic chronicle of the devastating years between 1929 and 1939 tells the story of the Dust Bowl in ecological as well as human terms. Now, twenty-five years after his book helped to define the new field... more...