2012-10-02T07:00:00Z The earth has died many times, and it always comes back looking different. In an exhilarating, surprising exploration of our planet, Craig Childs takes readers on a firsthand journey through apocalypse, touching the truth behind the speculation. Apocalyptic Planet is a combination of science and adventure that reveals the ways in which our world is constantly...[Read More]
2013-03-05T08:00:00Z The world has changed in the seventeen years since the controversial initial publication of Paul Hawken's Ecology of Commerce, a stirring treatise about the perceived antagonism between ecology and business. Yet Hawken's impassioned argument--that business both causes the most egregious abuses of the environment and, crucially, holds the most potential for solving o...[Read More]
160 pages , The Overlook Press , 2009-12-29 "Clear, analytical and compelling." -The Economist In this well-informed and hard-hitting response to the scaremongering of the climate alarmists, Nigel Lawson, former Secretary of State for Energy under Margaret Thatcher, argues that it is time for us to take a cool look at global warming. Lawson carefully and succinctly exami...[Read More]
Renewable Energy and the National Energy Strategy Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, Second Session, April 30, 1992
The Hamilton Wetland Restoration Project, now known as the Hamilton/Bel Marin Keys Wetlands Restoration is a wetlands habitat restoration project at the former Hamilton Air Force Baseâ€”Hamilton Army Airfield (1930âˆ’1988) site and adjacent Bel Marin Keys shoreline, in Marin County, California.
It is located at Whiteside Marsh on the northwestern shore of San Pablo Bay, in and adjacent to...[Read More]
32 pages , Heinemann-Raintree Library , 2005 Discusses which products can be reduced, reused, and recycled, and the different things that happen to waste products when they are thrown away and recycled.
Consumables (also known as consumable goods, nondurable goods, or soft goods) are goods that, according to the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, are capable of being consumed; that may be destroyed, dissipated, wasted, or spent. John Locke specifies these as "consumable commodities." People have, for example, always consumed food and water. Consumables are in contrast to durable good
248 pages , Routledge , 2009 Rapidly developing countries such as China and India are the real main players in the climate debate, with the potential for massive increases in their carbon emissions in coming years. Brazil is often included in their number, yet this country is in fact notable for its exceptionally high reliance on energy from renewable sources â€“ ap...[Read More]