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Naked in the Woods: Joseph Knowles and the Legacy of Frontier Fakery. By Jim Motavalli. Joseph Knowles was a ex-Navy man, friend of the Sioux, and onetime hunting guide who stepped nearly naked into the woods to live off the land. From 1913 to 1916, his dispatches to the world - alternating accounts of bear clubbing and quiet contemplation, written in charcoal on pieces of birch bark - set off major newspaper wars, exploiting readers' fears of modernization. Did Knowles really survive for months at a time in the untamed wilderness? Part adventure story, part cultural investigation, Naked in the Woods reveals a new dimension of our natural history. More… | Jim Motavalli EcoSpeakers Info >>
The National Audubon Society Almanac of the Environment. By Valerie Harms. What we can do to restore and protect the Earth. Includes sections on homes and yards, garbage and recycling, transportation, recreation, public lands, oceans, cultural ecology, and more. More...
Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution. By L. Hunter Lovins. Natural Capitalism describes a future in which business and environmental interests increasingly overlap, and in which companies can improve their bottom lines, help solve environmental problems and feel better about what they do all at the same time. Citing hundreds of compelling stories from a wide array of sectors, the book shows how to realize benefits both for today's shareholders and for future generations and how businesses can hold on to the people who foster the innovation that drives future improvement. As Kindle | More... | L. Hunter Lovins EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Natural House: A Complete Guide to Healthy, Energy-Efficient, Environmental Homes. By Dan Chiras. An overview of the pros and cons of fourteen natural building methods. Includes straw bale, rammed earth, cob, cordwood, adobe, earthbags, papercrete, and more. The common goal is to create a house that is economical, energy efficient, nontoxic, and pleasing. This comprehensive sourcebook offers in-depth information that will guide your choice of the materials and methods for building a sustainable natural home. As Kindle | More… | Dan Chiras EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Natural Plaster Book. By Dan Chiras and Cedar Rose Guelberth. For builders of natural homes (straw bale, cob, adobe, rammed earth, and other natural materials), this step-by-step guide takes the confusion out of choosing, mixing, and applying natural plasters. From principles to practicalities, and with every stage of the process illustrated, it details the entire process of plastering with earth, lime, and gypsum for a long-lasting and durable finish. Heavily illustrated with practical drawings and photographs, it also includes an extensive resource guide listing books, magazines, videos, builders, and suppliers. As Kindle | More... | Dan Chiras EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Natural Step for Business: Wealth, Ecology & the Evolutionary Corporation. By Brian Nattrass and Mary Altomare. Employing a revolutionary science-based system for economic and environmental sustainability, The Natural Step for Business lays the groundwork for tomorrow's successful businesses. It explains the background and framework of the Natural Step system. It offers practical examples of major corporations that embrace sustainability and are rewarded for their efforts. Case examples of IKEA, Collins Pine, and Interface provide references for managers and consultants working to build more sustainable organizations. As Kindle | More... | Brian Nattrass EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Natural Step Story. By Karl-Henrik Robert. Dramatic, visionary and inspiring, The Natural Step Story will appeal to all with a passion for sustainability including business leaders, academics, journalists, activists, and students. More...
Nature's Keepers: The Remarkable Story of How the Nature Conservancy Became the Largest Environmental Group in the World. By Bill Birchard. With more than $3.7 billion in assets and annual revenue of $800 million, the Nature Conservancy has generated staggering growth that would be the envy of any business. Nature's Keepers goes behind the scenes and details its inner workings. Highlighting the efforts of nine extraordinary leaders, Nature's Keepers examines the organization's culture, management, strategy and decisions, and the courageous and ingenious individuals who have dedicated their lives to conservation. As Kindle | More… | Bill Birchard EcoSpeakers Info >>
The New Ecological Home: Complete Guide to Green Building Options. By Dan Chiras. As homeowners become more environmentally savvy and demand ecological choices, a new generation of architects and builders is emerging. In this comprehensive volume, Chiras includes chapters on green building materials, earth-sheltered architecture, passive solar heating and cooling, sustainable approaches to water and waste, energy efficiency, and environmental landscaping. He sets the record strait on the vast potential for passive heating and cooling, and provides a resource guide, recommendations, and a green-building checklist. As Kindle | More… | Dan Chiras EcoSpeakers Info >>
The New Ranch Handbook: A Guide to Restoring Western Rangelands. By Nathan Freeman Sayre. Demonstrates how livestock ranching and conservation values can be compatible, and how ranchers and environmentalists can work together to benefit rangelands. It describes the practices of these "new ranchers" in relation to recent models and knowledge in range science and ecology. Six ranches are profiled, and they demonstrate that these new ranching practices are economically practical and have far-reaching benefits for land, people, and wildlife. More...
The Nissan Report. By Steve Barnett. Consumers today are more environmentally aware and socially responsible than ever before. The Nissan Report reveals how a world-class corporation met this challenge. More...
Nuclear Madness. By Helen Caldicott, M.D. In this revised, updated, and expanded edition, Dr. Caldicott defines the dangers of this madness including the insidious influence of the nuclear power industry. As Kindle | More...

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