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Curing Affluenza

by Richard Denniss

Affluenza has not just changed the world, it has also changed the way we see the world. Short of money? Borrow some. Caught in the rain? Buy an umbrella. Thirsty? Buy a bottle of water and throw the bottle away....

A Wilder Time

by William E. Glassley

“Very few people have spent as much time as William E. Glassley in such deep wilderness. So it would behoove us to pay attention even if he had not brought back such a fascinating, lovely, and useful set of...

Summary & Study Guide - Rise of the Necrofauna

by Lee Tang

The Truth About De-Extinction

The must-read summary of “Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction,“ by Britt Wray.

Necrofauna is a term used by futurist Alex Steffen to refer...

All About Water

by Greg Chick & Zarrella Marta

This fun illustrated book co-written by a LEED-AP  plumber with over 40 years experience as a licensed contractor, tells the complete story of water through two fictional characters, cousins named Mike and...

The Myth of Silent Spring

by Chad Montrie

Many historians and lay people attribute the rise of the contemporary environmental movement to Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring and suburban middle class politics. However, an American environmental...

Speculative Taxidermy

by Giovanni Aloi

Taxidermy, once the province of natural history and dedicated to the pursuit of lifelike realism, has recently resurfaced in the world of contemporary art,culture, and interior design. In Speculative Taxidermy,...


by Henry David Thoreau

An American masterwork in praise of nature, self-reliance, and the simple life "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn...

A Taste for the Beautiful

by Michael J. Ryan

From one of the world's leading authorities on animal behavior, the astonishing story of how the female brain drives the evolution of beauty in animals and humans

Darwin developed the theory of sexual selection...

Hap Wilson's Wilderness 3-Book Bundle

by Hap Wilson

Noted traveller and environmentalist Hap Wilson shares accounts of his lifelong involvement with wilderness living within the Canadian Shield. Wilson knows better than most how to live in the woods. As park...

The Wastewater Gardener: Preserving the Planet One Flush at a Time

by Mark Nelson & Tony Juniper

Mark Nelson, PhD, takes us on a global expedition to learn how we are wasting the world's dwindling supply of fresh water by flushing away a very valuable resource, our own human wastes! The author is founding...

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us?: How Money Really Does Grow on Trees

by Tony Juniper & Hrh Prince Charles

During recent years, environmental debate worldwide has been dominated by climate change, carbon emissions and the greenhouse effect. But a number of academic, technical, political, business and NGO initiatives...

Me and the Biospheres: A Memoir by the Inventor of Biosphere 2

by John Allen

2009 Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Biography/Memoir, Me and the Biospheres is the definitive autobiography of John P. Allen, inventor of the largest laboratory for global ecology ever built...

The Anthropocene: The Human Era and How It Shapes Our Future

by Christian Schwägerl & Paul Crutzen

For more than two decades, award-winning science and environmental journalist, Christian Schwagerl has researched how humans, nature, and technology interact. Schwagerl is inspired by the idea of Nobel Prize-winning...

Embracing the Unknown

by Ely Simon Md

Many of us regularly commune with nature-taking walks in the park, watching waves at the beach, gazing up at the nighttime sky. However, most of us don't realize how little we really know about the wonders of...

Nature's Transcendence and Immanence

by Marilynn Lawrence, Jea Sophia Oh, Leon Niemoczynski & Rose Ellen Dunn et al.

What does it mean for nature to be sacred? Is anything supernatural or even unnatural? Nature’s Transcendence and Immanence: A Comparative Interdisciplinary Ecstatic Naturalism discusses nature’s divinizing...

MY BOOK OF EIGHT FISH - A Baba Indaba Children's Story

by Rosalie Mendel, Narrated by Baba Indaba & Illustrated by Hazel Frazee

This is a group of ten stories about sea creatures originally written by ROSALIE G. MENDEL illustrated by HAZEL FRAZEE and narrated by BABA INDABA.

Herein you will children’s stories about Star Fish, Whales,...

Green Wars

by Megan Ybarra

Green Wars challenges international conservation’s claims to “save” Guatemala’s Maya Forest, revealing how conservation facilitates dispossession in today’s so-called Drug War, the country’s 36-year...

Field Guide to the Fishes of the Amazon, Orinoco, and Guianas

by Peter van der Sleen & James S. Albert

The Amazon and Orinoco basins in northern South America are home to the highest concentration of freshwater fish species on earth, with more than 3,000 species allotted to 564 genera. Amazonian fishes include...

Playing with Fire

by Paul Heiney

The blaze of a log fire on a cold night speaks to the heart in a way no other flame can. It has character and ever-changing form; it has vibrant colour and a balletic movement. Indeed, it was the flame that...

Heart of Oneness

by Jennifer Kavanagh

Our screens and newsfeeds are full of violent images; our world is full of poverty, inequality and injustice. We find it hard to live together, in our families, communities, or in the world at large. At the...