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Animal Rights/Human Rights: Entanglements of Oppression and Liberation

by David Nibert & Dr. Michael W. Fox

This accessible and cutting-edge work offers a new look at the history of western 'civilization,' one that brings into focus the interrelated suffering of oppressed humans and other animals. Nibert argues that...


Backyard Farming: Keeping Honey Bees: From Hive Management to Honey Harvesting and More

by Kim Pezza

Your Backyard Farming Experience Begins Here!

Make beekeeping a part of your backyard farming experience: enjoy honey, beeswax and a more fruitful garden, as your bees will work as hard as you do to make your...


Texas Market Hunting: Stories of Waterfowl, Game Laws, and Outlaws

by R. K. Sawyer

From its earliest days of human habitation, the Texas coast was home to seemingly endless clouds of ducks, geese, swans, and shorebirds.

By the 1880s Texas huntsmen, or market hunters, as they came to be called,...


Yes, You Can Grow Roses

by Judy Barrett

We hear roses are hard to grow. . . . We hear they require constant care and treatment. . . . Depending on where we live, we hear they can’t stand the heat . . . the cold . . . the humidity . . . the arid...


Ivory, Horn and Blood: Behind the Elephant and Rhinoceros Poaching Crisis

by Ronald Orenstein & Iain Douglas-Hamilton

Meticulous research, chilling facts ... an important and much needed book. -- Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder, The Jane Goodall Institute


Field Guide to the Common Bees of California: Including Bees of the Western United States

by Gretchen LeBuhn

This engaging and easy-to-use natural history guidebook provides a thorough overview of native and honey bee biology and offers tools for identifying the most common bees of California and the Western United...


Animal Camp: Lessons in Love and Hope from Rescued Farm Animals

by Kathy Stevens

Picking up where she left off in Where the Blind Horse Sings, Kathy Stevens regales us with more tales of the rescued animals at Catskill Animal Sanctuary (CAS), some touching, some hilarious, all provocative....


Keepers of the Trees: A Guide to Re-Greening North America

by Ann Linnea & Lyanda Lynn Haupt

Engage in the life stories of fourteen people whose lives have been shaped by trees—featuring the true stories of a tree doctor, big tree hunter Will Blozan, Plant Amnesty’s pruner, and ninety-four-year-old...


Neptune Speaks

by Robert Wintner

Neptune Speaks is packed with full-color photographs of tropical fish on every page, but this book is more than just a beautiful guide. It’s a call to defend the creatures of the sea that are under attack...


Confronting Environments: Local Understanding in a Globalizing World

by James G. Carrier

James G. Carrier and his group of international researchers tackle the complex factors affecting people's understandings of their environment—not just the natural environment, but landscapes shaped by humans,...


U.S. Guide to Venomous Snakes and Their Mimics

by Scott Shupe

This easy-to-use guide is the most comprehensive resource for snake admirers in the United States. Full-color photographs for almost every snake in the country make for easy reference, and dividing the snakes...


The Demise of Diversity: Loss and Extinction

by Josef Reichholf

The Earth has a fantastic diversity of species, a diversity that is being reduced and destroyed.


Savannah and Grassland Monitors: From the Experts at Advanced Vivarium Systems

by Robert George Sprackland

Monitors are among the most popular lizards kept in captivity, and this colorful guide provides information on the two most commonly seen species, savannah monitors and grassland monitors. Due to the intelligence...


Deluge: Tropical Storm Irene, Vermont's Flash Floods, and How One Small State Saved Itself

by Peggy Shinn

Tropical Storm Irene in Vermont, from the perspective of Vermonters who rebuilt their state


Severe Weather

by National Geographic

Severe weather events like hurricanes and tornadoes have increased fourfold in the last two decades, shaking the foundations of our existence. Weather-related tragedies have fascinated humans throughout time....


Global Visions, Local Landscapes: A Political Ecology of Conservation, Conflict, and Control in Northern Madagascar

by Lisa L. Gezon

Gezon argues that local events continuously redefine and challenge global processes of land use and land degradation. Her ethnographic study of Antankarana-identifying rice farmers and cattle herders in northern...


Cows, Kin, and Globalization: An Ethnography of Sustainability

by Susan Alexandra Crate

Crate presents the first cultural ecological study of a Siberian people: the Viliui Sakha, describing the local and global forces of modernization that continue to challenge their survival, and will be of interest...


Peak Water: How We Built Civilisation on Water and Drained the World Dry

by Alexander Bell

Civilisation is thirsty... it never stopped to think what would happen if the water ran out. ALEXANDER BELL Peak water is the point when the available water is not enough to meet the demands of the world's growing...


Globalization and the World Ocean

by Peter Jacques

Jacques offers a unique analysis of the connections between global marine and atmospheric conditions to global political phenomena. He shows how human survival is intricately linked to the sustainability of...


Invisible Nature: Healing the Destructive Divide Between People and the Environment

by Kenneth Worthy

A revolutionary new understanding of the precarious modern human-nature relationship and a path to a healthier, more sustainable world.

Amidst all the wondrous luxuries of the modern world—smartphones, fast...