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A Hunter's Road

by Jim Fergus

In an epic season of sport, Jim Fergus and his trusty Lab, Sweetzer, trek the mountains, plains, prairies, forests, marshes, deltas, and deserts of America.


The Anthropology of Turquoise: Reflections on Desert, Sea, Stone, and Sky

by Ellen Meloy

In this invigorating mix of natural history and adventure, artist-naturalist Ellen Meloy uses turquoise—the color and the gem—to probe deeper into our profound human attachment to landscape.

From the Sierra...


Voyage of the Turtle

by Carl Safina

The story of an ancient sea turtle and what its survival says about our future, from the award-winning writer and naturalist

Though nature is indifferent to the struggles of her creatures, the human effect on...


City of Flows: Modernity, Nature, and the City

by Maria Kaika

First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Nature Conservation in Europe: Policy and Practice

by Peter Bromley

The Rio Summit has pointed to the urgency for the development of an international conservation policy; and the post-Maastricht debates in Europe have highlighted the need for the EU to reassess structural funding...


Jacques Cousteau: The Sea King

by Brad Matsen

An unprecedented and masterfully told biography of Jacques Cousteau that reveals for the first time the fascinating and compelling individual behind this famous television personality.

 

Inventor of the aqualung...


Russia and the West: Environmental Co-Operation and Conflict

by Geir Hønneland

Hønneland assesses current environmental discourses and applies this analysis to look at the relations between Russia and the West with regards to environment problems. It includes three in-depth case-studies...


Deep Things out of Darkness: A History of Natural History

by John G. T. Anderson

Natural history, the deliberate observation of the environment, is arguably the oldest science. From purely practical beginnings as a way of finding food and shelter, natural history evolved into the holistic,...


Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet

by Derrick Jensen & Lierre Keith

The annual conference Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet features environmental thinkers and activists who are willing to ask the hardest questions about the seriousness of the...


Water

by Julian Caldecott

All known forms of life depend on water. Covering 71 per cent of the Earth's surface, water seems to be plentiful. But there are 1.2 billion people who currently live without a safe water supply, the amount...


21st-Century Smallholder

by Paul Waddington

Achieving genuine self-sufficiency of the kind described in John Seymour's classic guide is sadly beyond the vast reach of the urban majority today. Few have the space, and for those few there are comprehensive...


Rescue Me

by Melissa Wareham

Melissa Wareham always wanted to work with dogs. After failing her biology O-level she realised she'd have to start at the bottom, cleaning out kennels at Battersea Dogs Home.

From frail old men looking for...


Moonshot

by Dan Parry

'It didn't matter that they were now three miles beyond their target site, that communications were dropping out and that they were running low on fuel. All that mattered to Neil as he searched for a safe spot...


The River

by Philippa Forrester

When TV presenter Philippa Forrester first met Charlie, a wildlife cameraman, she thought he was a show-off - and he thought she was arrogant. The second time, despite being hungry, thirsty and trapped in torrential...


A Boy's Own Dale

by Terry Wilson

Growing up in rural Yorkshire in the 1940s and 50s, Terry Wilson spent his school days hunting down Just William books, cutting up apples to help with fractions and staring out the window dreaming up new schemes....


Countryfile: Adam's Farm

by Adam Henson

In 2001, Adam Henson was chosen from 3,500 applicants to become a presenter on Countryfile. Adam's agricultural knowledge and open manner soon made him a popular figure and when the programme moved to its current...


Dog Days

by Aidan Higgins

'Tired of walking in the dream I have returned to the country where I was born half a century ago' - The Higgins family is now dispersed; the third son of four brothers is himself the father of three sons in...


Rubbish!

by Richard Girling

We can no longer cope with our waste. Every hour in the UK we throw away enough rubbish to fill the Albert hall - a statistic quoted so often that perhaps we've stopped imagining what it means. And every year...


Edible Wild Mushrooms of Illinois and Surrounding States: A Field-to-Kitchen Guide

by Joe McFarland & Gregory M. Mueller

This book should be required reading for all wild mushroom hunters in the Midwest, and especially beginners. McFarland and Mueller have come up with an entirely new format for getting the uninitiated involved...


The Gospel of Sustainability: Media, Market, and LOHAS

by Monica M. Emerich

From organic produce and clothing to socially conscious investing and eco-tourism, the lifestyles of health and sustainability, or LOHAS, movement encompasses diverse products and practices intended to contribute...