Evolution The View from the Cottage book review A\J
In a series of short and engaging essays, Jean-Pierre Rogel explores evolution at work in his own backyard.
The Epidemic book review A\J
An investigative reporter examines a 1903 typhoid epidemic, exposing the corruption that caused it.
Global Warming for Young Minds book review A\J
Flemming Bermann's children's book is well-intentioned, but leaves much to be desired.
Turning Points of Environmental History book review A\J
Frank Uekoetter offers a broad picture of major themes in environmental history.
Dodging the Toxic Bullet book review A\J
With an emphasis on social justice, David Boyd exposes environmental health risks and offers practical solutions.
Whole Earth Discipline book review A\J
Stewart Brand makes us think twice about the "green dogma" to which so many adhere.
Jimmy's Gone Green book review A\J
With charming illustrations and rhyme, Kathy Cane introduces children to caring for the environment.
Poisoned for Profit book review A\J
An impeccably researched parallel between the proliferation of environmental toxins and the dramatic increase in chronic childhood disease in the US.
Food Security and Global Environmental Change book review
A panel of experts address the nexus of water, food and climate change.
No Impact Man book review A\J
Colin Beavan spends a year radically eliminating and offsetting his impact on the environment.

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