The Hemlock Cup Socrates, Athens and the Search for the Good Life


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > renewable energy | Published on 17/May/2021 04:12

544 pages , Random House , 2011-01-25
We think the way we do because Socrates thought the way he did. His aphorism 'The unexamined life is not worth living' may have originated twenty-five centuries ago, but it is a founding principle of modern life. For seventy years Socrates was a vigorous citizen of Golden Age Athens, philosophising in the squares and public arenas ra...[Read More]



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Planted A Story of Creation, Calling, and Community


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > ecology for kids | Published on 19/Apr/2021 02:54

172 pages , Wipf and Stock Publishers , 2013-08-02
A Bird in the Hand is not a "how to" book, but a "how so" book in which the reader is invited to travel with Leah Kostamo on the wild ride of salmon saving, stranger welcoming, and God worshiping as she and her husband help establish the first Christian environmental center in Canada. Avoiding simplistic prescriptions or...[Read More]



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Animal, Vegetable, Miracle A Year of Food Life


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > Sustainability | Published on 22/Mar/2021 02:54

400 pages , Harper Collins , 2009-10-13
Bestselling author Barbara Kingsolver returns with her first nonfiction narrative that will open your eyes in a hundred new ways to an old truth: You are what you eat. "As the U.S. population made an unprecedented mad dash for the Sun Belt, one carload of us paddled against the tide, heading for the Promised Land where water falls ...[Read More]



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The False Gods We Worship And, The Abundant Life


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > Environment care | Published on 08/Mar/2021 06:52

44 pages , Shadow Mountain , 1998-01-01



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My Life with the Chimpanzees


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > environmental issues | Published on 12/Oct/2020 12:12

160 pages , Simon and Schuster , 1996
The well-known English zoologist describes her early interest in animals and how this led to her study of chimpanzees at the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania.



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The Story of Chicago May


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > Environment care | Published on 05/Oct/2020 22:57

368 pages , Penguin , 2006-11-07
"A biography with narrative muscle and thrilling historical relevance." -Kirkus Reviews Legend says that May Duignan was tall with red-gold hair and big blue eyes, and that she was compellingly attractive to men. At 19, she stole her family’s savings and ran away from home in rural Ireland to America, where she worked as a confidence tr...[Read More]



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Dancing Lives Five Female Dancers from the Ballet D'Action to Merce Cunningham


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > Environment care | Published on 05/Oct/2020 16:20

190 pages , University of Illinois Press , 2007
The private and performance lives of five female dancers in Western dance history



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Tesla: Inventor of the Modern


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > green energy | Published on 14/Sep/2020 09:09

320 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2018-05-22
Tesla’s inventions transformed our world, and his visions have continued to inspire great minds for generations. Nikola Tesla invented the radio, robots, and remote control. His electric induction motors run our appliances and factories, yet he has been largely overlooked by history. In Tesla, Richard Munson presents a co...[Read More]



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Prehistoric Journeys Dreams, Nightmares & Survival of an American Family


Published in: Google Books > Biography & Autobiography > ecology for kids | Published on 03/Sep/2019 05:03

391 pages , Xlibris Corporation , 2012-04-25
Dinosaurs, indelible real life characters and a dramatic plunge down a judicial rabbit hole that occurs more often than imaginable. The book has been described as "soul searching," "a roller coaster ride" and "movie material" (it has, in fact, now been adapted as a script). It charts the unique journey of a small family, the u...[Read More]



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Ecology of a Cracker Childhood


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285 pages , 1999
Chronicles the author's childhood in the rural forests of Georgia, her fundamentalist upbringing, and her battle to save the longleaf pine ecosystem of Florida and Georgia.



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306 pages , Explorer Publishing , 2019-01-14
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Ecology of a Cracker Childhood: The World as Home (Unabridged) , Janise Ray


Published in: itune > Biography & Memoir, > renewable energy | Published on 17/Dec/2018 19:18

? ? 2015 ListenUp Production, LLC 2015-09-25T07:00:00Z USA
Janisse Ray grew up in a junkyard along U.S. Highway 1, hidden from Florida-bound vacationers by the hedge at the edge of the road and by hulks of old cars and stacks of blown-out tires. Ecology of a Cracker Childhood tells how a childhood spent in rural isolation and steeped in religious fundamentalism grew into a...[Read More]



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