Seeing Lessons book review A\J
Catherine Owen interweaves poetry and photography in a tribute to 19th-century frontierswoman Mattie Gunterman.
Climate, Culture, Change book review A\J
Drawing on Inuit thought, Timothy Leduc encourages us to see the environment as a living being rather than as a set of resources.
The Crossley ID Guide book review A\J
David Crossley's remarkable and innovative guide is sure to become a classic of the bird lover's library.
Eco-Chic book review A\J
Sandy Black examines environmental and social injustices in the fashion industry and what we can do about them.
Here on Earth book review A\J
With passionate optimism, Tim Flannery advocates the possibility of a cooperative, restorative future.
The Wealth of Nature book review A\J
In a lively and timely book, John Michael Greer pinpoints failures in our current economic system and calls for change.
Raising Elijah book review A\J
Biologist and mother Sandra Steingraber tells an autobiographical story of raising her children in a world over its head in toxic chemicals.
Requiem for a Species book review A\J
In what may prove a seminal text in the fight for climate justice, Clive Hamilton examines why so many of us continue to deny the existence of climate change.
Global Governance and the UN book review A\J
Thomas G. Weiss and Ramesh Thakur argue that international co-operation is needed to solve the world's social, economic and environmental problems.
Genius of Place book review A\J
This biography of the designer of Central Park gives due recognition to a little-known pioneering environmentalist.

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