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Adams, Carol J. ECOFEMINISM AND THE SACRED. HQ1233 .E25 1993

Ashworth, William. THE ECONOMY OF NATURE: RETHINKING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ECOLOGY AND ECONOMICS. HD75.6 .A78 1995x

Athanasiou, Tom. DIVIDED PLANET: THE ECOLOGY OF RICH AND POOR. GE195.A85 1998

Bernard, Harold W. GLOBAL WARMING UNCHECKED: SIGNS TO WATCH FOR. QC981.8.G56 B45 1993

Bernbaum, Edwin. SACRED MOUNTAINS OF THE WORLD. BL447.B47 1997x

Berthold-Bond, Annie. CLEAN & GREEN: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO NONTOXIC AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE HOUSEKEEPING. TD171.7.B47 1990X

Bolen, Eric G. WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. SK355 .B65 1995

Bonner, Raymond. AT THE HAND OF MAN: PERIL AND HOPE FOR AFRICA’S WILDLIFE. QL84.6A1B66 1993

Bradbury, Ian K. THE BIOSPHERE. QH541 .B697 1998

Brandt, Barbara. WHOLE LIFE ECONOMICS: REVALUING DAILY LIFE. HC79.E5 B72 1995

Brower, David J. LET THE MOUNTAINS TALK, LET THE RIVERS RUN: A CALL TO THOSE WHO WOULD SAVE THE EARTH. GE197 .B76 1995

Bullard, Robert D, Ed. UNEQUAL PROTECTION: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND COMMUNITIES OF COLOR. GE197 .U54 1994

Chadwick, Douglas H. THE FATE OF THE ELEPHANT. QL737.P98 C43 1992

Christianson, Gale E. GREENHOUSE: THE 200-YEAR STORY OF GLOBAL WARMING. QC981.8.G56 C48 1999

Creighton, Sarah Hammond. GREENING THE IVORY TOWER: IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL TRACK RECORD OF UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS. GE197 .B76 1995

Daly, Herman E. BEYOND GROWTH: THE ECONOMICS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. HC79.E5 D324 1996

Dowie, Mark. LOSING GROUND: AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTALISM AT THE CLOSE OF THE 20TH CENTURY. GE195.D68 1996x

Day, David. THE ENVIRONMENTAL WARS: REPORTS FROM THE FRONT LINES. QH541 .D39 1990

Dean, Cornelia. AGAINST THE TIDE: THE BATTLE FOR AMERICA’S BEACHES. GB460.A2 D4 1999

Devall, Bill. DEEP ECOLOGY: LIVING AS IF NATURE MATTERED. GF75 .D49 1985bx

Diamond, Irene. FERTILE GROUND: WOMEN, EARTH, AND THE LIMITS OF CONTROL. HQ1233 .D5 1994

Ehrlich, Paul R. BETRAYAL OF SCIENCE & REASON: HOW ANTI-ENVIRONMENTAL RHETORIC THREATENS OUR FUTURE. GE195 .E37 1998x

Eisenberg, Evan. THE ECOLOGY OF EDEN. GE195 .E38 1998

Eldridge, Niles. THE MINER’S CANARY: UNRAVELLING THE MYSTERIES OF EXTINCTION. QE721.2.E97 E57 1991

Fodor, Eben V. BETTER, NOT BIGGER. HT384.U5 F64 1999

Foster, David R. THOREAU’S COUNTRY: JOURNEY THROUGH A TRANSFORMED LANDSCAPE. PS3053 .F66 1999

Fox. Stephen R. JOHN MUIR AND HIS LEGACY: THE AMERICAN CONSERVATION MOVEMENT. QH76 .F69

Gelbspan, Ross. THE HEAT IS ON: THE CLIMATE CRISIS, THE COVER-UP, THE PRESCRIPTION. QC981.8.G56 G45 1998

Gore, Albert. EARTH IN THE BALANCE: ECOLOGY AND THE HUMAN SPIRIT. GF41.G67 1992

Hardin, Garett. OSTRICH FACTOR: OUR POPULATION MYOPIA. HB849.415 H37 1999

Harris, Michael. LAMENT FOR AN OCEAN: THE COLLAPSE OF THE ATLANTIC COD FISHERY: A TRUE CRIME STORY. SH351.C5 H375 1999x

Hawken, Paul. THE ECOLOGY OF COMMERCE: A DECLARATION OF SUSTAINABILITY. HD60 .H393 1993

Hawken, Paul. NATURAL CAPITALISM: CREATING THE NEXT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. HC106.82 H39 1999

Henderson, Hazel. BUILDING A WIN-WIN WORLD: LIFE BEYOND GLOBAL ECONOMIC WARFARE. HD75.6 .H458 1996

Helvarg, David. THE WAR AGAINST THE GREENS: THE WISE-USE MOVEMENT, THE NEW RIGHT AND ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLENCE. GE197 .H45 1994

Hertsgaard, Mark. EARTH ODYSSEY: AROUND THE WORLD IN SEARCH OF OUR ENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE. GA149 .H47 1998

Howard, George S. ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY: CREATING A MORE EARTH-FRIENDLY HUMAN NATURE. GF80 .H69 1997

Johnson, Huey D. GREEN PLANS: GREENPRINT FOR SUSTAINABILITY. GE195 .J64 1995

Kay, Jane Holtz. ASPHALT NATION: HOW THE AUTOMOBILE TOOK OVER AMERICA AND HOW WE CAN TAKE IT BACK. HE5623 .K36 1997

Kelly, William J. HOME SAFE HOME: HOW TO MAKE YOUR HOME ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE. RA577.5 .K45 1989

Korten, David C. WHEN CORPORATIONS RULE THE WORLD. HD2326 .K647 1995

Kunsler, James Howard. THE GEOGRAPHY OF NOWHERE: THE RISE AND DECLINE OF AMERICA’S MAN-MADE LANDSCAPE. NA2542.35.K86 1994x

Lanting, Fran. LIVING PLANET: PRESERVING EDENS OF THE EARTH. QH45.2 L58 1999

Laszlo, Ervin. THE CHOICE, EVOLUTION OR EXTINCTION? A THINKING PERSON’S GUIDE TO GLOBAL ISSUES. GE195 .L38 1994

Lerner, Steve. ECO-PIONEERS: PRACTICAL VISIONARIES SOLVING TODAY’S ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS. GE150 .L47 1997

Little, Charles E. THE DYING OF THE TREES: THE PANDEMIC IN AMERICA’S FORESTS SB762 .L58 1957x

Lovelock, J.E. GAIA: A NEW LOOK AT LIFE ON EARTH. QH313 .L68

Matthiessen, Peter. THE SNOW LEOPARD. QH193.H5 M37 1978

Matthiessen, Peter. WILDLIFE IN AMERICA. SK361 .M36

McKibben, Bill. THE END OF NATURE. GF75 .M38 1989

McKibben, Bill. HOPE, HUMAN AND WILD: TRUE STORIES OF LIVING LIGHTLY ON THE EARTH. GE140 .M35 1995

McKibben, Bill. MAYBE ONE: A PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ARGUMENT FOR SINGLE-CHILD FAMILIES. HB849.415 .M39 1998

Moe, Richard. CHANGING PLACES: REBUILDING COMMUNITY IN THE AGE OF SPRAWL. HT175 .M656 1997

Mowrey, Marc. NOT IN OUR BACKYARD: THE PEOPLE AND EVENTS THAT SHAPED AMERICA’S MODERN ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT. GE180 .M68 1993

Nash, Roderick. THE RIGHTS OF NATURE: A HISTORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS. GF80 .N36 1989

Nash, Roderick. WILDERNESS AND THE AMERICAN MIND. E169.1 .N37

Nattross, Brian. NATURAL STEP FOR BUSINESS: WEALTH, ECOLOGY AND THE EVOLUTIONARY CORP. HD30.255 .N38 1999x.

Nilsson, Annika. ULTRAVIOLET REFLECTIONS: LIFE UNDER A THINNING OZONE LAYER. QC879.7 .N55 1996

Norwood, Vera. MADE FROM THIS EARTH: AMERICAN WOMEN AND NATURE. QH26 .N67 1993

Pielou, E.C. FRESHWATER. GB661.2 .P54 1998

Platt, Rutherford H., editor. THE ECOLOGICAL CITY: PRESERVING AND RESTORING URBAN BIODIVERSITY. HT243.U6 E26 1994

Roberts, Elizabeth J. EARTH PRAYERS. BL438.2 .E29 1991

Safina, Carl. SONG FOR THE BLUE OCEAN: ENCOUNTERS ALONG THE WORLD’S COASTS AND BENEATH THE SEAS. SH327.7 .S34 1998

Schneider, Stephen Harry. LABORATORY EARTH: THE PLANETARY GAMBLE WE CAN’T AFFORD TO LOSE. GE149 .S36 1997

Schwab, James. DEEPER SHADES OF GREEN: THE RISE OF BLUE-COLOR AND MINORITY ENVIRONMENTALISM IN AMERICA. GE197 .S3 1994

Sessions, George. DEEP ECOLOGY FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: READINGS ON THE PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE OF THE NEW ENVIRONMENTALISM GE195 .D44 1995

Shepard, Paul. NATURE AND MADNESS. GF75 .S53

Shrivastava, Paul.  GREENING BUSINESS: PROFITING THE CORPORATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT. HD30.255 .S47 1996

Taylor, Leslie. HERBAL SECRETS OF THE RAINFOREST: THE HEALING POWER OF OVER 50 MEDICINAL PLANTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT. RM666.H33 T39 1998

Thayer, Robert L. GRAY WORLD, GREEN HEART: TECHNOLOGY, NATURE AND SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE. GE140 .T48 1994

Tobias, Michael. WORLD WAR III: POPULATION AND THE BIOSPHERE AT THE END OF THE MILLENNIUM. HB871 .T63 1994

Todd, John and Nancy Jack. FROM ECO-CITIES TO LIVING MACHINES: PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGICAL DESIGN. GF50 .T62 1994x

Wessels, Tom. READING THE FORESTED LANDSCAPE: A NATURAL HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND. QK121.W47 1997

Wilson, Edward Osborne. THE DIVERSITY OF LIFE. QH313 .W55 1992

Worldwatch Institute. STATE OF THE WORLD 2000. HC59.69 .S82x

Zimmerman, Michael E. CONTESTING EARTH'S FUTURE: RADICAL ECOLOGY AND POSTMODERNITY. GE195 .Z56 1994

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