The New York Environment Book

The New York Environment Book offers an in-depth analysis of New York City's environment.

287 pages
6 x 9

Fighting Toxics
A Manual for Protecting your Family, Community, and Workplace

National Toxics Campaign; Edited by Gary Cohen and John O'Connor; Foreword by Barry Commoner

Fighting Toxics is a step-by-step guide illustrating how to investigate the toxic hazards that may exist in your community, how to determine the risks they pose to your health, and how to launch an effective campaign to eliminate them.

363 pages
6 x 9

Rush to Burn
Solving America's Garbage Crisis?

One day in March 1987, a barge from Islip, Long Island was evicted from Morehead City, North Carolina, after trying to unload the mountains of trash on its decks. More than five months from the time it began its trip, the unwelcome barge, and it'...

281 pages
6 x 9

Economics And Biological Diversity
Developing And Using Economic Incentives To Conserve Biological Resourcces

256 pages
6.2 x 9.2

Last Stand of the Red Spruce

Here is a vitally important book for anyone who is concerned with acid rain and the fate of our forests. In his fascinating investigation into the decline of the red spruce on Camel Hump in Vermont, Robert A. Mello explores an ecological mystery...

217 pages
6 x 9

Hazardous Waste Management
Reducing The Risk

Hazardous Waste Management: Reducing the Risk is the first book to study and rate toxic waste disposal sites and to provide step-by-step guidelines for evaluation, decision, and action. The innovative and practical ranking system...

336 pages
6 x 9

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