101 Solutions to a Preventable Epidemic.
By Guy Dauncey. Offers solid evidence that many cancers are preventable.
Their causes often lie with the contamination of our bodies by pollution
from the air we breathe, the products we use, the water we drink,
and the food we eat. Practical advice and success stories that will
inspire you to act to protect your family, your neighbors, your
fellow workers, and future generations. More
By John Elkington. Cannibals with Forks argues that future
business success will depend not just on profitability but also
on two new bottom lines - environmental quality and social justice.
a Continent: On the Trail of Alexander Mackenzie.
Finkelstein. Using Mackenzie's journals and his own journal
writings, Finkelstein creates a view of the land from two vantage
points. He retraced the route of Alexander Mackenzie across North
America from Ottawa through to Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, and
then he paddled the Blackwater, Fraser and Peace Rivers. This route
is the most significant water trail in North America, and perhaps
the world. As Kindle | More...
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| The Case For Fewer People: The Negative Population Growth (NPG) Forum Papers. By Lindsey Grant. A collection of essays of the subjects of Negative Population Growth, population change, and the impact of human crowding on the future of mankind. More...
for Your Trash: Scrap Recycling in America.
By Carl A. Zimring. Integrating findings from archival, industrial,
and demographic records, it provides a history of scrap recycling
from colonial times to the present. Because it was particularly
common for immigrants to own or operate a scrap business in the
nineteenth century, the history of the industry reveals much about
ethnic relationships and inequalities in American cities. More...
Science: Inside the Political Attack on Dr. James Hansen and the
Truth of Global Warming.
By Mark Bowen. Tells the true story of the Bush administration's
censorship of the world's preeminent climatologist, and the science
behind global warming that they do not want you to know. More
of Forest Products. Edited by Virgilio Viana et al. This
volume traces the history of certification, the development of an
agreed upon set of forest management principles, and the various
certification programs currently underway. More...
Sherman. A classic tale of perseverance against daunting odds, Charging Ahead tells the story of the Solectria Corporation's efforts to develop and market an electric car. This marvelous narrative vividly describes how scientists and engineers built the world's most advanced electric vehicle. Combining insightful biography with the best of science and business writing, it captures not only a gripping drama but also the technical challenge of an electric car. It is an engaging story that pits idealism, energy, and technological superiority against seemingly impossible odds. More...
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Ahead: The Business of Renewable Energy.
By John J. Berger. Charging Ahead shows how renewable energy,
energy efficiency, and electric vehicles, when used together, can
give us back a clean environment and create a healthy, sustainable
Green: The Homebuyer's Guide to Good Green Homes.
Yudelson. Energy-efficient, non-toxic, healthy homes
are the hottest trend in the building industry. How does a home
buyer who wants a green home know what to look for, what questions
to ask a builder, which green home rating systems to trust, and
what homes are on the market? Nationally recognized green-building
expert Jerry Yudelson provides answers. Easy-to-use tables, charts,
maps, score sheets, and checklists. As Kindle | More
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Simplicity: Real People Finding Peace and Fulfillment in a Complex
Breen Pierce. Pierce, founder of a three-year Simplicity
Study that followed the lives of 211 people, takes a close look
at what it means to live more simply. As Kindle | More...
in Our Future. Edited by Robert Geddes. Urban planners,
architects, urban designers, and other experts from across North
America examine the impact of growth and form on the ability of
a city to achieve and maintain social equity and environmental health.
| Civic Agriculture: Reconnecting Farm, Food, and Community. By Thomas A. Lyson. Suggests ways to produce, process, and distribute food that represent a sustainable alternative to the socially, economically, and environmentally destructive practices associated with conventional large-scale agriculture. Describes how over the course of the last hundred years, a small-scale diversified system of farming became an industrialized system of production, and how this industrialized system has gone global. Argues that farming in the United States was modernized by employing the same techniques and strategies that transformed the manufacturing sector from a system of craft production to one of mass production. As Kindle | More
Bond. Filled with new and traditional ideas for living free of hazardous household products, this book is the result of years of experimentation. Not only an encyclopedia for environmental cleanliness, but also a laundry list of everyday solutions. 485 ways to clean, polish, disinfect, deodorize, launder, remove stains, even wash your car, without harming yourself or the environment. Recipes based on harmless, nonpolluting, renewable ingredients. This book has sold almost 100,000 copies for a reason - it works! It also helps you choose the best commercial products available.. As Kindle | More
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| Clean Your Home Healthy: Green Cleaning Made Easy. By Candita Clayton and Bryna Rene. Shows you how to clean your home in a green and healthy way. Facts, tips, and tricks that will show you why "green" is the best way to clean. More...
The Tragedy of Industrial Forestry.
Dancer. From air and ground, the 35 photographers whose
vivid work is gathered here document the devastation clear-cut forestry
has caused across Canada and the U.S. This volume doesn't just show
the destruction of clearcutting but offers solutions. More
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Change and Society.
Bradley and Norman Law. Good short text to introduce climate
change. A geographer and paleoclimatologist with extensive field
experience, Bradley verifies human induced climate change and explains
the science that drives his work. More
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Change at High Elevation Sites.
Bradley. Provides a unique, in-depth view of past, present and potential future climatic change in mountain regions. In particular, it provides up-to-date knowledge about the fundamental mechanisms responsible for climatic change in mountain regions as well as on the consequences of such change. It offers details on investigations by specialists from numerous climate-related disciplines and is helpful in understanding the activities of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It is useful for academics, researchers, and graduate students.
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of the Long Now. By Stewart Brand. Civilization is revving
itself into a pathologically short attention span. Brand, called
"the least recognized most influential thinker in America," explores
long-term responsibility. As Kindle | More...
Waters of the World.
By Don Hinrichsen. A comprehensive reference source on the state
of the world's coastal areas. It focuses on the tremendous pressures
facing coastal areas and the management strategies needed to cope
with them. As Kindle | More
Planning for Wetlands and Wildlife. Edited by Douglas R.
Porter and David A. Salvesen. Proposes guidelines for more effective
planning, and presents case studies that demonstrate how different
communities have creatively reconciled conflicts. As Kindle | More...
Colonel Albert Pope and His American Dream Machines: The Life and Times of a Bicycle Tycoon Turned Automotive Pioneer. By Stephen Goddard.
Goddard. Pope's company was the world's largest manufacturer
of bicycles in the late 1800s. His production methods pointed the
way for the building of automobiles through lightweight metals,
rubber tires, precision machining, interchangeability of parts,
and vertical integration. The founder of the Good Roads Movement,
Pope entered automobile manufacturing while steam, electricity,
and gasoline power were still vying for supremacy. The story of
his failed dream of dominating U.S. automobile production is an
engrossing view into America's industrial history. More...
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Palmer. The mighty Columbia River's watershed flows from seven states and one Canadian province, drawing on a hundred mountain ranges and a thousand tributaries. This large-format, full-color pictorial celebrates the landscape and people that shape this great American river. Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award, it offers an insightful vision and sustainable solutions for the future of the Columbia. A great read for activists and armchair explorers alike. Includes 60 color photos, 6 illustrations, and a Color map. More...
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| Common Sense Forestry. By Hans W. Morsbach. Discusses planting trees and how to maintain them. Explains what seedlings to buy, the relative advantages of monoculture or mixed planting, the payback for planting and maintaining trees, seeding, hiring a consultant, and the economics of woodland ownership. The history and success of German forestry methods is discussed, and lessons are drawn from these age-old practices. More...
Planning. By Eric Damian Kelly and Barbara Becker. A thorough
examination of the comprehensive planning process. The authors consider
all aspects of the comprehensive plan: its elements, adoption, and
Competitive Environmental Strategy. By Andrew J. Hoffman.
Examines the effects of environmentalism on corporate management,
explaining how environmental forces are driving change and how managers
can think about these issues in a strategic way. As Kindle | More...
Complete Guide to Environmental Careers in the 21st Century.
By the Environmental Careers Organization. Organized for ease of
use and fully updated, it is the most comprehensive and reliable
resource available for information about environmental career opportunities.
| The Complete Idiot's Guide to Green Living. By Trish Riley. Provides an overview of global warming and the environmental degradation of our air, water, and soil. Explains what sustainable living is and how to achieve it by cutting down on our carbon output with alternative cars and fuels, and by using environmentally friendly home and lawn care products. More...
Complete Organic Pregnancy.
Dolan and Alexandra
Zissu. How pregnant women can minimize their exposure to
invisible toxins. Where dangerous chemicals are lurking, why it's
so important to avoid them when pregnant, and what can be done before,
during, and after a pregnancy to protect children. This exhaustively
researched book talks parents-to-be through everything from the
safest laundry detergent to which crib mattresses contain toxic
flame retardants. How to choose the right face cream, plastic water
bottles, household cleaners, types of fish, and much more. How to
make a difference for your children, even before they're born. As Kindle | More
Confronting Suburban Decline. By William H. Lucy and
David L. Phillips. Examines causes of and responses to suburban
decline. Argues that a high quality natural and built environment
is key to economic stability and recommends policies. More...
Design for Subdivisions.
By Randall G. Arendt. A practical handbook for residential developers,
site designers, local officials, and landowners that explains how
to implement new ideas about land use planning and environmental
protection. As Kindle | More...
| Conservation Education and Outreach Techniques. By Susan K. Jacobson et al. Describes an array of techniques for enhancing school resources, marketing environmental messages, using mass media, developing partnerships for conservation, and designing on-site programs for natural areas and community centers. Uses case studies to illustrate techniques and to describe planning, implementation and evaluation procedures, enabling readers to implement their own new ideas effectively. As Kindle | More...
| Cool Companies: How the Best Businesses Boost Profits and Productivity by Cutting Greenhouse-Gas Emissions. By Joseph J. Romm. Reducing greenhouse-gas emissions is not a roadblock to growth and innovation but a unique opportunity to increase profits and productivity. Cool Companies includes fifty case studies in which bottom line improvements have been achieved by improving processes, increasing energy efficiency, and adopting new technologies. Shows managers how they can use the latest technologies to reduce emissions and achieve quick returns on investment. A unique and essential business book. As Kindle | More… | Joseph J. Romm EcoSpeakers Info >>
Creatures, Hot Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents.
By Marty Essen. Follows Marty and Deb Essen on a three-and-a-half-year-long
adventure to some of the wildest places on earth. Describes in soul-stirring
language what it is like to live with the people, the animals, the
birds, the snakes, the insects, the jungles, the treacherous rivers,
the gorgeous scenery of seven continents. As Kindle | More
| Cordwood Building: The State of the Art. By Rob
Roy. Cordwood building is an ancient technique where walls are constructed from "log ends" laid transversely in the wall. It is easy, economical, esthetically striking, energy-efficient, and environmentally sound. Cordwood Building collects the wisdom of more than 25 of the world’s best practitioners, detailing the long history of the method. It demonstrates how to build a cordwood home using the latest and most up-to-date techniques, with a special focus on building code issues. Rob Roy has taught cordwood building all over the world. As Kindle | More
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Social Responsibility: Doing the Most Good for Your Company and
Lee and Philip Kotler. Explains why social responsibility
is good for business. Shows business leaders how to choose social
causes, design initiatives, gain employee support, and evaluate
their efforts. Provides best practices and ideas to do the most
good. With stories from the leaders of socially responsible companies,
this is a guide for today's good corporate citizen. As Kindle | More...
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What Counts: Turning Corporate Accountability to Competitive Advantage.
Birchard and Marc J. Epstein. Companies are moving beyond a “profits only” orientation and are now often "counting" other measures of value. Too often, managers routinely tolerate shortfalls in governance, performance measurement, control systems, and reporting. Counting What Counts outlines a practical approach to invigorating these essential drivers to improve decision making, clarify and communicate strategy, accelerate feedback and learning, and secure stakeholder loyalty – turning accountability into a competitive asset. More
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Creating Successful Communities. By Michael A. Mantell
et al. Developed for civic activists, policymakers, and planners,
Creating Successful Communities gives guidelines for developing
workable action plans for restoring distinctiveness and livability
to communities. As Kindle | More...
| Crisis and Opportunity: Sustainability in American Agriculture. By John E. Ikerd. These essays describe what sustainable agriculture is, why it began, and how it can succeed. They outline the consequences of agricultural industrialization, and detail the methods that can restore economic viability, ecological soundness, and social responsibility to our agricultural system. Sustainable agriculture can become the foundation of a sustainable food system and a sustainable society. As Kindle | More
& Renewal: Meeting the Challenge of Organizational Change.
K. Hurst. Crisis & Renewal presents a radical view of how all successful organizations evolve and renew themselves and of what managers must do to lead the revival. In the pursuit of performance, what were once self-selected roles become designated tasks, flexible teams become rigid structures, open networks give way to closed systems, and control supplants commitment. Renewal – changing a performance organization back into a learning organization – demands the restoration of excitement, emotional commitment, and values. More...
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Blues. By Ross
A. Klein. Cruising is one of the fastest growing industries
in the world. Cruise Ship Blues reveals its dark side and discusses
what can be done to make the cruise business socially and environmentally
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Ship Squeeze: The New Pirates of the Seven Seas.
A. Klein. Focuses on the politics and economics of an industry
subsidized by ports as well as by local, regional, and national
governments and running roughshod over environmental and other laws
and regulations. Through confidential documents and meetings with
port officials, corporate executives, politicians, and industry
insiders, it includes information never previously reported. More
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Curious Naturalist. By Jennifer G. Ackerman. In tours of
North American ecosystems – from backyards to woodlands, from grasslands
to sandy shores – renowned naturalists and photographers show how
to understand these systems. More...
Sourcebook. By Peter Nye. For Americans who are discovering
the joys of bicycling – or returning to them – this guide includes
a listing of recreational rides, an illustrated history of cycling
and racing, and more. More...
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