2011-08-09T07:00:00Z From the author of 1491--the best-selling study of the pre-Columbian Americas--a deeply engaging new history of the most momentous biological event since the death of the dinosaurs.
More than 200 million years ago, geological forces split apart the continents. Isolated from each other, the two halves of the world developed radically differe...[Read More]
2016-05-25T07:00:00Z Global temperatures and seawater levels rise; the world's smallest porpoise species looms at the edge of extinction; and a tiny emerald beetle from Japan flourishes in North America--but why does it matter? Who cares? With this concise, accessible, and up-to-date book, Charles J. Krebs answers critics and enlightens students and environmental advocates alike, reveal...[Read More]
345 pages , Springer , 2017-11-29 This book explores the idea of social class in the liberal tradition. It collects classical and contemporary texts illustrating and examining the liberal origins of class analysis—often associated with Marxism but actually rooted in the work of liberal theorists. Liberal class analysis emphasizes the constitutive connection between sta...[Read More]
48 pages , Heinemann-Raintree Library , 2006-01-01 Pollution is a massive global problem with far-reaching consequences. Air, water, radioactive, and terrestrial pollution affect the lives of millions of people daily, causing disease and death, and contributing to global warming. This book examines how pollution has become a worldwide issue and discusses the debate over ...[Read More]