Environment Recommendations

Bell, Art and Whitley Strieber. 2000. The coming global superstorm. Pocket Books, NY. 255 pp.

Brower, Michael and Warren Leon. 1999. The consumer’s guide to effective environmental choices: practical advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists. 292 pp.

Brower, Michael and Warren Leon. 1999. The consumer’s guide to effective environmental choices: practical advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists. 292 pp.

Carson, Rachel. 1962. Silent spring. Riverside Press, Cambridge, MA. 368 pp.

Dietrich, William. 1992. The final forest: the battle for the last great trees of the Pacific Northwest. Simon & Schuster, NY. 303 pp.

Driessen, Paul. 2003. Eco-imperialism: green power black death. Free Enterprise Press, Bellevue, WA. 179 pp.

Friedman, Thomas L. 2008. Hot, flat, and crowded: why we need a green revolution – and how it can renew America. Farrar, Straus and Gironx, NY. 438 pp.

Gelbspan, Ross. 2004. Boiling point: how politicians, big oil and coal, journalists, and activists have fueled the climate crisis – and what we can do to avert disaster. Basic Books, NY. 254 pp.

Gore, Al. 2006. An inconvenient truth: the planetary emergency of global warming and what we can do about it. Rodale, NY. 325 pp.

Halwell, Brian. 2004. Eat hearty: reclaiming homegrown pleasures in a global supermarket. W.W. Norton & Company, NY. 236 pp.

Hartmann, Thom.  2013.  The last hours of humanity: warming the world to extinction. http://lasthours.org/last_hours_ebook.  46 pp.

Hoggan, James and Richard Littlemore. 2009. Climate cover-up: the crusade to deny global warming. Greystone Books, Vancouver. 250 pp.

Klein, Naomi.  2014.  This changes everything.  Simon and Schuster.  577 pp.

Krupp, Fred and Miriam Horn. 2009. Earth: the sequel – the race to reinvent energy and stop global warming. W.W. Norton and Company, NY. 296 pp.

Lyle, John Tillman. 1985. Design for human ecosystems: landscape, land use and natural resources. Van Nostrand Reinhold, NY. 279 pp.

Patel, Raj. 2007. Stuffed and starved: the hidden battle for the world food system. Melville House Publishing. 398 pp.

Ray, Dixy Lee and Lou Gruzzo. 1992. Trashing the planet: how science can help us deal with acid rain, depletion of the ozone, and nuclear waste (among other things). Harper Perennial, NY. 206 pp.

Sanders, Tim. 2008. Saving the world at work: what companies and individuals can do to go beyond making a profit to making a difference. Doubleday, NY. 244 pp.

Vallianatos, E. G.  2014.  Poison spring: The secret history of pollution and the EPA.  Bloomsbury Press, NY.  304 pp.