200 pages , Canon Press & Book Service , 2019-09-10 We have been shockingly bad at using our Bibles and our brains when it comes to conservation and the environment. Unhinged environmentalism is not the answer, but neither are ignorance and apathy. It's time for something different. ?Christian responsibility for the natural world goes back to the very beginning, when...[Read More]
288 pages , Routledge , 2004-08-19 Existing patterns of urbanization are unsustainable in the long run. Current development practices consume enormous amounts of land and resources, damage local ecosystems, produce pollutants, create huge inequalities between groups of people and undermine local community and quality of life. Unfortunately planning has itself led to many...[Read More]
260 pages , Routledge , 2014-09-19 Cities are home to the most consequential current attempts at human adaptation and they provide one possible focus for the flourishing of life on this planet. However, for this to be realized in more than an ad hoc way, a substantial rethinking of current approaches and practices needs to occur. Urban Sustainability in Theory and Practi...[Read More]
257 pages , CRC Press , 2020 "This book endeavours to support sustainable clean energy technology and green fuel for clean combustion by reviewing the pros and cons of currently available technologies on biodiesel production from biomass sources, recent injection strategy, low-temperature combustion technology and biofuels derived from biomass sources. Discussed topics i...[Read More]
2020-08-03T07:00:00Z My last publications are a radical departure from my previous efforts' Instead of focusing on we saw rigs, we walked here and we ate this, my content is now centered on the history and science verse, including the anthropology, archeology, culture, ecosystems, geology, natural history and wildlife biology.
2013-06-11T07:00:00Z Scientists have identified Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver as the urban centers of what will be the biggest earthquake--the Really Big One--in the continental United States. A quake will happen--in fact it's actually overdue. The Cascadia subduction zone is 750 miles long, running along the Pacific coast from Northern California up to southern British Columbia. In ...[Read More]