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Inspired Books

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Library Guide

 

Planet Walker Inspired Books


 


A moral climate: the ethics of global warming

A tramp abroad (Mark Twain)

African American environmental thought: foundations

Air pollution and health

Audobon: natural priorities

Autophobia: love and hate in the automotive age

Being human: ethics, environment, and our place in the world

Climate change 2007: the physical science basis

Culture from the inside out: travel and meet yourself

Doing school: how we are creating a generation of stressed-out, materialistic, and miseducated students

Eco-Terrorism: radical environmental and animal liberation movements

Ecology and the environment: a look at ecosystems of the world

Emotions and life: perspectives from psychology, biology and evolution

Environment: an illustrated guide to science

Environmental careers in the 21st century

Environmental disasters in global perspective

Environmental hazards - marine pollution

Environmental Ethics Today

Fitness and exercise source book

Forging Environmentalism: justice, livelihood, and contested environments

Free will: a short introduction

Genetically modified planet: environmental impacts of genetically engineered plants

Global warming: myth or reality: the erring ways of climatology

Globalization: what's new?

Half-lives and half-truths: confronting the radioactive legacies of the cold war

Hell and high water: global warming - the solution and the politics - and what we should do

Homeless in america: how could it happen here?

Into the wild

Johnny Tremain

Lecretius: on the nature for things

Macmillan encyclopedia of the environment

Moral courage

Muslim ethics: emerging vistas

Oil well drilling: environmental aspects: Alaska, arctic national wildlife refuge

Oil's first century: papers

Ostracism: the power of silence

Planning for disaster

Sailing alone around the world

Saving energy, growing jobs: how environmental protection promotes economic growth, profitability, innovation, and competition

Saving the planet: the American response to the environment in the twentieth century

Science and human behavior

Science under siege: the politicians' war on nature and truth

Shattered silence: feelings from former Soviets struggling with freedom at home

Short-term job adventures

Should drilling be permitted in the arctic national wildlife refuge?

Silent snow: the slow poisoning of the arctic

Social welfare: fighting poverty and homelessness

Speaking into the air: a history of the idea of communication

Speaking up: mixed race identity in black communities

Speaking your mind in 101 difficult situations

Taking action, saving lives: our duties to protect environmental and public health

Taking sides: clashing views on environment issues

Teaching by principles: an interactive approach to language pedagogy

The 8th habit: from effectiveness to greatness

The archaeology of global change: the impact of humans on their environment

The ecology of plants

The enlightenment in America

The environment: a revolution in attitudes

The ethics of identity

The freedom not to speak

The gentle subversive: Rachel Carlson, Silent Spring, and the rise of environmental movement

The seventies: the great shift in American culture, society, and politics

The pilgrimage of life

The times of their lives: life, love, and death in Plymouth Colony

The quest for environmental justice

The works of Aristotle

Transforming California: a political history of land use and development

Transportation: America's lifeline

Urban sprawl and public health: designing, planning, and building for health communities

White bears & other unwanted thoughts

 

 

 

 

 

 

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