Power Lines Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest

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336 pages , Princeton University Press , 2014-10-26
In 1940, Phoenix was a small, agricultural city of sixty-five thousand, and the Navajo Reservation was an open landscape of scattered sheepherders. Forty years later, Phoenix had blossomed into a metropolis of 1.5 million people and the territory of the Navajo Nation was home to two of the largest strip mines in the wor...[Read More]

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How We Lived Then History of Everyday Life During the Second World War, A

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592 pages , Random House , 2010-01-26
Although nearly 90\% of the population of Great Britain remained civilians throughout the war, or for a large part of it, their story has so far largely gone untold. In contrast with the thousands of books on military operations, barely any have concerned themselves with the individual's experience. The problems of the ordinary famil...[Read More]

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Askiwina: A Cree World

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144 pages , Coteau Books , 2007-04-03
Through his newspaper columns and features, as well as his internationally-known film and video work, Doug Cuthand has become a respected voice in the aboriginal community. In Askiwina: A Cree World, he offers fresh insights and straight talk over platitudes and dogma, providing readers with a bridge to understanding Aboriginal philo...[Read More]

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Keepers of the Earth Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children

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209 pages , Fulcrum Publishing , 1988
A selection of traditional tales from various Indian peoples, each accompanied by instructions for related activities dealing with aspects of the environment.

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China's Past, China's Future

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256 pages , Routledge , 2003-11-06
China has a population of 1.3 billion people which puts strain on her natural resources. This volume, by one of the leading scholars on the earth's biosphere, is the result of a lifetime of study, and provides the fullest account yet of the environmental challenges that China faces. The author examines China's energy resources, their us...[Read More]

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The State of New Zealand's Environment, 1997

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650 pages , Environment , 1997

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The Great Warming Climate Change and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations

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304 pages , Bloomsbury Publishing USA , 2010-08-01
From the 10th to 15th centuries the earth experienced a rise in surface temperature that changed climate worldwide-a preview of today's global warming. In some areas, including much of Western Europe, longer summers brought bountiful crops and population growth that led to cultural flowering. In others, drought shook lon...[Read More]

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The Great Oil Conspiracy How the US Government Hid the Nazi Discovery of Abiotic Oil from the American People

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127 pages , Paperless Publishing LLC , 2012
Contends that World War II German chemists developed technologies for creating systainable synthetic oil and that U.S. oil companies in possession of the information have withheld related information to drive up fossil fuel oil prices.

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Dispersed But Not Destroyed A History of the Seventeenth-century Wendat People

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273 pages , UBC Press , 2013
"Situated within the area stretching from Georgian Bay in the north to Lake Simcoe in the east (also known as Wendake), the Wendat Confederacy flourished for two hundred years. By the mid-seventeenth century, however, Wendat society was under attack. Disease and warfare plagued the community, culminating in a series of Iroquois assaults that ...[Read More]

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The Once and Future Great Lakes Country An Ecological History

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504 pages , McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP , 2013-10-01
North America's Great Lakes country has experienced centuries of upheaval. Its landscapes are utterly changed from what they were five hundred years ago. The region's superabundant fish and wildlife and its magnificent forests and prairies astonished European newcomers who called it an earthly paradise but then ushered...[Read More]

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Environmental issues in Botswana a handbook

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159 pages , African Books Collective , 1998-01-01
There is a lack of materials on the enviroment in Botswana, and this handbook addresses that gap. In addition, enviromental education is being incorporated into the education system in Botswana. The authors, all from the Department of Enviromental Science at the University of Botswana, focus on the six issues identified i...[Read More]

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When will we care about our environment? Delhi on environment condition | Delhites on smog in Delhi

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With a population of over 1.3 billion, India is soon set to dislodge China as the most populous country of the world. While India has one of the fastest growing populations in the world today,...

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