Making Development Sustainable
Redefining Institutions Policy And Economics

Edited by Johan Holmberg

Making Development Sustainable is an integrated series of essays on the policies for sustainable development from one of the leading policy research institutes for environmental and development issues.

362 pages
6 x 9

Crossing the Next Meridian
Land, Water, and the Future of the West

In Crossing the Next Meridian, Charles F. Wilkinson, an expert on federal public lands, Native American issues, and the West's arcane water laws explains some of the core problems facing the American West now and in the years to come. He...

389 pages
6 x 9

A World Between Waves

Edited by Frank Stewart

A World Between Waves is a collection of essays on the natural history of Hawaii by some of America's most renowned writers. It is a testament to the biological and geological wealth of this unique and threatened island landscape, and a...

318 pages
6 x 9

Ghost Bears
Exploring The Biodiversity Crisis

In Ghost Bears, R. Edward Grumbine looks at the implications of the widespread loss of biological diversity, and explains why our species-centered approach to environmental protection will ultimately fail. Using the fate of the endangered...

314 pages
6 x 9

The Wilderness Condition
Essays On Environment And Civilization

Edited by Max Oelschlaeger

This book aims to introduce to a larger audience issues that are too often limited to scholarly circles. A thought-provoking collection of essays by some of the environmental movement's preeminent thinkers, The Wilderness Condition...

345 pages
5.5 x 8.25

Taking Out the Trash
A No-Nonsense Guide To Recycling

Taking Out the Trash is a practical and useful guide to how individuals, businesses, and communities can help alleviate America's garbage crisis.

249 pages
6 x 9

The Rolling Stone Environmental Reader

John Lagana, Sid Holt, and Howard Cohn; Foreword by Jann Wenner

Now for the first time, the best of Rolling Stone's environmental essays are gathered together in a single volume, The Rolling Stone Environmental Reader. Written by leading journalists and environmentalists, topics discussed...

279 pages
6 x 9

Getting at the Source
Strategies For Reducing Municipal Solid Waste

Getting at the Source offers a new approach to identifying and evaluating opportunities for reducing solid waste.

158 pages
8.5 x 11

Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability

John Peet

Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability examines the roots of the present environmental crisis in the neoclassical economics upon which modern industrial society is based. The author explains that only when we view ourselves...

327 pages
6 x 9