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The Hadley Circulation: Present, Past and Future. By Raymond Bradley. The Hadley and Walker Circulations are regulators of the Earth's energy budget. This book reviews knowledge of their circulation dynamics and of their interactions with the major global monsoon systems. It also evaluates paleoclimatic records to shed light on variability of climate over the last 1000 years, the Holocene (the last 11,500 years), and other past glacial and warm periods. It serves as a fundamental reference work for researchers, students in the atmospheric sciences and geosciences, and specialists in interdisciplinary research. As Kindle | More… | Raymond Bradley EcoSpeakers Info >>
Handbook for Restoring Tidal Wetlands. Edited by Joy B. Zedler. Provides a broad-based compilation of case studies and principles to guide the management of tidal restoration sites. Covers a full range of topics including the conceptual planning for coastal wetlands restoration, strategies for the manipulation of hydrology and soils, the reestablishment of vegetation and assemblages of fishes and invertebrates, and the process of assessing, monitoring, and sustaining restored wetlands. As Kindle | More...
Harvard Business Review on Green Business Strategy. Published by Harvard Business School Press. This collection of Harvard Business Review articles discusses why you should put a socially-responsible strategy at the top of your CEO's agenda. More...
Healing Power of Forests: The Philosophy Behind Restoring Earth's Balance with Native Trees. By Akira Miyawaki and Elgene O. Box. Describes the successful techniques used to restore depleted forests, whether near factory sites, parking lots, or even the Great Wall of China. It challenges us to plant "native forests of native trees." More...
The Heart of America: Our Landscape, Our Future. By Tim Palmer. In this portrait of America at the turn of the 21st century, Palmer reminds us that the heart of our country is the land. Not only does land lie at the center of our country's culture and ecological health, but it forms the basis of our economy and a source of national pride. More... | Tim Palmer EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Heat Is On. By Ross Gelbspan. The Heat Is On exposes the deliberate campaign by oil and coal interests, teamed with conservative politicians, to confuse the public about global warming. More...
High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health. By Elizabeth Grossman. Batteries, plastic computer casings, lead-infused monitors, discarded cellphones, TV remote controls, and other "e-waste" is piling up in landfills, leaching dangerous toxins, including lead, mercury and arsenic, into water tables. These environmental harms are being felt by communities from the Arctic to Australia, with poorer countries and communities getting a disproportionate share of the burden. As Kindle | More...
The History of Geographic Information Systems. By Timothy Foresman. To understand the power of Geographical Information Systems and Geographical Positioning Systems today, it is essential to understand their background and history, and the needs they were designed to answer. GIS technology is changing the world. This book brings together the pioneers, key scientists and entrepreneurs who created the GIS field. More… | Timothy Foresman EcoSpeakers Info >>
Home Enlightenment: Practical, Earth-Friendly Advice for Creating a Nurturing, Healthy, and Toxin-Free Home and Lifestyle. By Annie Bond. A comprehensive guide to creating a toxin-free, environmentally friendly home with an eye toward bringing health and harmony to those living there and those living on the earth as a whole. As Kindle | More… | Annie Bond EcoSpeakers Info >>
Home Landscaping. By Ron Harris et al. This treasury presents more than 40 landscaping projects, provides information on planning and planting each, and shows how to showcase features such as flower beds, borders, and walls. More...

The Homeowner's Guide to Renewable Energy. By Dan Chiras. This guide shows you how to slash your home energy costs by tens of thousands of dollars over the coming decades while dramatically reducing your carbon footprint. It starts by outlining the likely impacts of fossil fuel shortages and some basic facts about energy. It then discusses energy conservation to cut energy bills and prepare for renewable energy options. Packed with practical tips and guidelines, it examines each option available to homeowners and focuses on specific strategies needed to replace specific fuels. As Kindle | More… | Dan Chiras EcoSpeakers Info >>

House Styles in America. By James C. Massey and Shirley Maxwell. This original approach to historic preservation features sketches of American house styles from 1650 to 1950, plus directions for estimating age and deciphering history. More...
Human Natures: Genes, Cultures, and the Human Prospect. By Paul Ehrlich. Why do we behave the way we do? In this wide-ranging survey of what it is that makes us human, Ehrlich touches on a number of themes - among them, his recurrent observation that science has taught us little about how genes influence human behavior. He urges that scientists take a larger, interdisciplinary view that looks beyond mere genetics to the larger forces that shape our lives. It is a work of synthesis and scholarship as well as a primer on genetics and evolution, and it makes complex scientific concepts accessible. As Kindle | More… | Paul Ehrlich EcoSpeakers Info >>
Human Needs and the Security of Nations. By Lester Brown. This short 63-page book focuses mostly on the conservation of natural resources. It is Issue 238 of the Headline Series published in 1978 by the Foreign Polity Association. More…
Human Rights in Natural Resource Development: Public Participation in the Sustainable Development of Mining and Energy Resources. Edited by Donald N. Zillman et al. Public participation will define major resource, mining, and energy developments in the twenty-first century. Provides much needed practical and theoretical guidence to understand the new human dimension in law and development that will be essential not only for lawyers but also for companies, governments, international agencies, and citizens. More...
Humanity's Environmental Future. By Ross McCluney. Analyzes climate change and the energy crisis as parts of a much bigger picture, all tied together in one comprehensive treatment. The issues involved are imbedded in the industrial world's economic and business theories, lifestyles, development policies, and educational and political structures. A major conclusion is that misplaced values and beliefs both drive humanity toward environmental disaster and prevent us from taking sufficiently comprehensive action. Concludes with specific reform proposals and positive suggestions for action. More... | Ross McCluney EcoSpeakers Info >>

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