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Border Sanctuary: The Conservation Legacy of the Santa Ana Land Grant

by Morgan Jane Morgan

The Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge lies on the northern bank of the Rio Grande in South Texas, about seventy miles upriver from the Gulf of Mexico. In Border Sanctuary, M.J. Morgan uncovers how 2,000 acres...


Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene: An Emerging Paradigm

by Peter G. Brown & Peter Timmerman

Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene provides an urgently needed alternative to the long-dominant neoclassical economic paradigm of the free market, which has focused myopically—even fatally—on the boundless...


Walden (Diversion Classics)

by Henry David Thoreau

In 1845, Henry David Thoreau retreated from society in favor of a life among nature. What resulted was WALDEN, a memoir that brings to life the woods around Walden Pond and chronicles Thoreau's two years of...


Vertical Reefs: Life on Oil and Gas Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico

by Mary Katherine Wicksten

On a clear night, the bright lights of oil platforms sparkle in the Gulf of Mexico. Thousands of these platforms off the coasts of Texas and Louisiana play an important role in the lives of underwater species...


The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting: Techniques for Rendering Sky, Terrain, Trees, and Water

by Suzanne Brooker

A landscape painting guide for oil painters that breaks landscapes down into component elements from nature, and showcases tools and techniques used by classic and modern oil painters for bringing these scenes...


The Storm of the Century

by Al Roker

In this gripping narrative history, Al Roker from NBC's Today and the Weather Channel vividly examines the deadliest natural disaster in American history—a haunting and inspiring tale of tragedy, heroism,...


Gods of the Morning: A Bird's-Eye View of a Changing World

by John Lister-Kaye

A celebration of birds that reflects a year in the wild, revealing how these amazing creatures embody our changing world, by one of Britain's foremost naturalists. Gods of the Morning follows the year through...


Encyclical on Climate Change and Inequality: On Care for Our Common Home 

by Pope Francis & Naomi Oreskes

The complete text of the landmark encyclical letter from Pope Francis that, as Time magazine reported, “rocked the international community”

In the Encyclical on Climate Change and Inequality, the beloved...


The Philosophical Fisherman: Reflections on Why We Fish

by Harold F. Blaisdell & Jerry Gibbs

“My favorite book on fishing—a classic from one of my favorite writers.”

—John Randolph, former editor, Fly Fisherman

Earthy and philosophical, practical yet speculative—this book is a wonderful and enduring...


Voices in the Ocean: A Journey into the Wild and Haunting World of Dolphins

by Susan Casey

From Susan Casey, the New York Times bestselling author of The Wave and The Devil’s Teeth, a breathtaking journey through the extraordinary world of dolphins

 

Since the dawn of recorded history, humans have...


1 Dead in Attic: After Katrina

by Chris Rose

Dead in Attic is a collection of stories by Times-Picayune columnist Chris Rose, recounting the first harrowing year and a half of life in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Celebrated as a local treasure...


The Story of Brutus: My Life with Brutus the Bear and the Grizzlies of North America

by Casey Anderson

The heart-warming story of the incredible friendship between National Geographic star Casey Anderson and an 800-pound grizzly bear named Brutus. Casey Anderson, the host of National Geographic’s Expedition...


What Works in Conservation

by William J. Sutherland (editor), Lynn V. Dicks (editor), Nancy Ockendon (editor) & Rebecca K. Smith (editor)

Is planting grass margins around fields beneficial for wildlife? Which management interventions increase bee numbers in farmland? Does helping migrating toads across roads increase populations? How do you reduce...


The Reason for Flowers: Their History, Culture, Biology, and How They Change Our Lives

by Stephen Buchmann

Cultural history at its best—the engaging, lively, and definitive story of the beauty, sexuality, ecology, myths, lore, and economics of the world’s flowers, written by a passionately devoted author and...


Mountains: A Very Short Introduction

by Martin F. Price

Mountains cover a quarter of the Earth's land surface and are home to about 12 percent of the global population. They are the sources of all the world's major rivers, affect regional weather patterns, provide...


Water Footprint Assessment: A Guide for Business

by David Tickner & Ashok Kumar Chapagain

Specifically aimed at business audiences, this definitive short guide to the issues distils the latest in scientific and policy literature, helps sustainability leaders understand what they can, and can't, do...


Beyond Words

by Carl Safina

I wanted to know what they were experiencing, and why to us they feel so compelling, and so-close. This time I allowed myself to ask them the question that for a scientist was forbidden fruit: Who are you?

Weaving...


Smokejumper

by Jason A. Ramos & Julian Smith

Enter a world of breathtaking danger and beauty: In this remarkable memoir, veteran smokejumper Jason Ramos offers a rare inside look at the lives of airborne firefighters, the select few who parachute into...


Food Confidential: The Corporate Takeover of Food Security and the Family Farm¿and What to Do About It

by Nicole Faires

Fight the power and protect your family from the corporate interests that control our food chain.

When author and homesteader Nicole Faires decided to retrofit an old school bus and tour America’s small farms...


Epic Survival: Extreme Adventure, Stone Age Wisdom, and Lessons in Living From a Modern Hunter-Gatherer

by Matt Graham & Josh Young

Matt Graham, star of the Discovery Channel’s Dual Survival and Dude, You’re Screwed, details the physical, mental, and emotional joys and harrowing struggles of his life as a modern-day hunter-gatherer.

Early...