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Above All, Be Kind: Raising a Humane Child in Challenging Times. By Zoe Weil. By the cofounder and President of the International Institute for Humane Education, this book teaches parents how to raise their children to be humane in the broadest sense – to become not only more compassionate in their interactions with family and friends, but to grow up to make life choices that demonstrate respect for the environment, other species, and all people. The book includes chapters for early, middle, teenage, and young adult years, as well as activities, issue sidebars, cases, tips, and profiles. As Kindle | More… | Zoe Weil EcoSpeakers Info >>

Accidental City. By Robert Fulford. The story of the transformation of Toronto. In a narrative that moves from one part of Toronto to another, Fulford describes the city, its history, urban planning, and economic growth. More...
Achieving Sustainable Mobility. By Erling Holden. Sustainable mobility includes the development of more efficient conventional transport technologies and the promotion of efficient and affordable public transport systems. Using an interdisciplinary approach which brings together several theories and methodologies, this book tests various approaches with detailed empirical investigations. As Kindle | More...
Act Now, Apologize Later. By Adam Werbach. Decrying Washington's assault on our environment, Werbach writes, “It’s time to evolve from an aging movement that reacts to emergencies to a youthful movement with 'activision.'” More...
Acts of Balance. By Grant Copeland. Can profits, people and place co-exist? Does conservation necessarily mean a loss of jobs? Acts of Balance examines case studies from different sectors and comes up with surprising answers. More...
Adventuring along the Lewis and Clark Trail. By Elizabeth Grossman. About the Lewis and Clark Expedition itself as well as a guide for where to go and what to see that gives travelers a real sense of knowing what the two explorers and their party experienced. More...
Advocacy after Bhopal: Environmentalism, Disaster, New Global Orders. By Kim Fortun. The 1984 explosion of the Union Carbide chemical plant in Bhopal, India was one of the world's worst industrial disasters. Some have argued that the resulting litigation provided an "innovative model" for dealing with the global distribution of technological risk, while others consider the disaster a turning point in environmental legislation. Still others argue that Bhopal is what globalization looks like on the ground. This book explores these claims by focusing on the dynamics and paradoxes of advocacy in competing power domains. Spiraling outward from the victims' stories, the narrative sheds light on the way advocacy works within a complex global system, calling into question conventional notions of responsibility and ethical conduct. More...
Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic. By David Wann, John De Graaf, and Thomas H. Naylor. A hard look at the symptoms of affluenza, the history of its development into an epidemic, and the options for treatment. This book will strike a chord with anyone who realizes that more time is more valuable than toys, and that our relentless quest for the latest stuff is breeding sick individuals and sick societies. As Kindle | More... | David Wann EcoSpeakers Info >>
After the Crash: The Emergence of the Rainbow Economy. By Guy Dauncey. The dangers of economic crash approach from one horizon, while from the other come the threats of ecological disaster. But while so much is falling apart, a new economy is in the making. In this positive and inspiring book, Dauncey traces the emergence of this new economy. More...
The Age of Consequences: The Foreign Policy and National Security Implications of Global Climate Change. By Kurt M. Campbell et al. Documents the work of a diverse group of experts under the direction of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). The group consisted of nationally recognized leaders in the fields of climate science, foreign policy, political science, oceanography, history, and national security. Their mandate was to consider the potential future foreign policy and national security implications of climate change and to employ the best available evidence and climate models to predict three future worlds that would fall within the range of scientific plausibility. Kindle More...
Agora Borealis: Engaging in Sustainable Architecture. By Vivian Manasc and Cheryl Mahaffy. A look at the world of sustainable architecture. Includes case studies and also stories of a team, its challenges and triumphs, as it works to create sustainable buildings. Color images, black and white photography, sketches and quotes. More... | Vivian Manasc EcoSpeakers Info >>
Agroecology: The Ecology of Sustainable Food Systems. By Stephen R. Gliessman. Explores the environmental factors and complexities affecting agricultural crops and animals. It explains the importance of using an ecosystem framework to provide a basis for evaluating the long-term functioning of a chosen management strategy, for determining if a particular agricultural practice, input, or management decision contributes or detracts from sustainability. It also examines system level interactions, stressing the need for understanding the emergent qualities of populations, communities, and ecosystems as well as their roles in sustainable agriculture. As Kindle | More…
Air Pollution Control. By C. David Cooper and F. C. Alley. Presents detailed information about air pollution, including its causes, sources, effects, and regulation. It also discusses the economic analysis necessary for its efficient and effective control. Written for engineers from a variety of disciplines, this text offers numerous diagrams, examples, and end-of-chapter problems emphasizing key concepts and design techniques. It also provides formal design training for engineering students. More...
Air Pollution: Problems and Solutions. By J. S. Kidd and Renee A. Kidd. This volume from the "Science and Society" series provides an accessible, authoritative view of the history and current state of air pollution. Brings the subject to life by showing students all of the factors that motivate research and by revealing how scientists compete and collaborate with one another. By exploring the connections between science and society, especially in controversial areas, the book illustrates both how society supports science and how science in return supports society. Includes dozens of black-and-white photographs and line illustrations, an index and glossary, lists of websites, and suggestions for further reading. More...
Alcohol Can Be A Gas!: Fueling an Ethanol Revolution for the 21st Century. By David Blume. With all the conflicting news stories about ethanol, the public can find it difficult to sort fact from fiction. This book explains the history, technology, and even the sociology of renewable fuels in a fashion that can be appreciated by expert and novice alike. It is the only comprehensive book written on alcohol fuel production, its uses for home and farm, and converting vehicles to run on it. Includes step-by-step instructions to help anyone build an ethanol plant or convert their car into an alternative fuel vehicle. More… | David Blume EcoSpeakers Info >>
Among Whales. By Roger Payne. Sharing his scientific observations in spellbinding detail, Payne brings vividly to life the awesome presence of these great, noble, and desperately threatened creatures. A work of biology, of philosophy, and most certainly of literature, Among Whales is more than a book about whales. It is also a journey of the heart, a journey of discovery about the larger questions of life on earth. More… | Roger Payne EcoSpeakers Info >>
Annapurna: A Woman's Place. By Arlene Blum. Blum's story of achieving the first ascent of the world's 10th highest mountain by an American and by a woman. Annapurna is for Blum a metaphor for difficult and important goals. Chosen by National Geographic Adventure magazine as one of the 100 best adventure books of all time. More… | Arlene Blum EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Aquarian Conspiracy. By Marilyn Ferguson. The Aquarian Conspiracy describes the activities of a network of leading-edge thinkers, businesspeople, scientists and politicians who are working to create a new kind of society. More...
The Art of the Long View. By Peter Schwartz. In The Art of the Long View, Schwartz outlines the “scenario” approach to creating a strategic vision. As Kindle | More...
The Art of Natural Building. Edited by Joseph F. Kennedy et al. A user-friendly introduction to natural building. The Art of Natural Building is the encyclopedia of natural building for non-professionals as well as architects and designers. From straw bale and cob, to recycled concrete and salvaged materials, this anthology of articles from leaders in the field focuses on both the practical and the esthetic concerns of ecological building designs and techniques. Includes examples of diverse natural dwellings, from a Hybrid Hobbit House to a thatched studio and a cob office. As Kindle | More... | Joseph F. Kennedy EcoSpeakers Info >>
At Home in the Vineyard: Cultivating a Winery, an Industry, and a Life. By Susan Sokol Blosser. This moving, evocative memoir, woven with lyrical descriptions of the sights and smells of vineyard life, tells the inspirational story of one woman's journey to success in an industry run mostly by men. She shares some special accomplishments: how she instituted values of environmental sustainability and social responsibility at the vineyard, integrated family and business life, and successfully brought the second generation on board. More… | Susan Sokol Blosser EcoSpeakers Info >>
At Roads End. By Daniel Carlson et al. Presents new models for transportation planning, describes strategies for resolving disputes, and demonstrates that new ways of planning and implementing transportation systems can work. As Kindle | More...
Awakening Earth. By Duane Elgin. Just as there are distinct stages that characterize the development of an individual, so too are there stages in the development of our species as we move toward a planetary-scale civilization. This book brings together views from science and spirituality, East and West, the practical and the visionary to present a new picture of human evolution. It explores the human journey from the initial awakening of hunter-gatherers roughly 35,000 years ago, through the agrarian era and industrial revolution, and then goes on to describe three additional stages of development essential for realizing our maturity as a global species-civilization. More... | Duane Elgin EcoSpeakers Info >>

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