Sy Montgomery raises the question of our relationship to the world and all its animals and nudges us toward the view that even predators deserve our support and admiration because of the value they bring to our planet.
If there is one book to pick up that will get you interested in what is happening to our climate, Race for Tomorrow is it.
In Good Harbor, poet Max Heinegg draws on his gift for lyricism as he considers his family, love, school, and the places he has been.
Alfred McCoy’s brilliant history examines the evolution of world orders leading up to Pax Americana and the current decline of the United States.
In this collection, Carolynn Kingyens discloses what lies behind the veneer of our relationships.
The sense of loss that necessarily pervades Running Out is balanced is by Lucas Bessire’s lyrical prose, whose consistently crisp beauty serves as a welcome respite.
Instead of techno-utopian rhetoric, Electrify offers a plan with pragmatic steps to create a better environment and a stronger economy.
Helen Scales is a self-described nerd who studies the ocean as an enthusiast as well as a scientist.
This incisive volume will assist the creation of a much-needed collective effort, helping to frame a unified approach to waging combat on those who are destroying the environment for the sake of short term profit.
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