Steering a New Course
Transportation, Energy, and the Environment

Deborah Gordon and Warren Leon

Steering a New Course offers a comprehensive survey and analysis of America's transportation system -- how it contributes to our environmental problems and how we could make it safer, more efficient, and less costly.

259 pages
6 x 9

Rural Environmental Planning for Sustainable Communities

Rural Environmental Planning for Sustainable Communities offers an explanation of the concept of Rural Environmental Planning (REP) along with case studies that show how to apply REP to specific issues such as preserving agricultural lands...

272 pages
6 x 9

Learning to Listen to the Land

In this inspired collection, some of America's most provocative thinkers and writers reflect on nature and enviornmetnal science--reaching compelling conclusions about humanity's relationship to the earth. Balanced by science and fact, ...

295 pages
6 x 9

Guidelines For Mountain Protected Areas

IUCN and Duncan Poore

Mountains are special places. For many they are sacred; to most they bring an uplifting of the spirit and refreshment; to all they bring water, and rich biodiversity. Many of them have received legislative recognition by designation as parks or...

47 pages
6.5 x 9.5

Guidelines for establishing marine protected areas

Graeme Kelleher and Richard Kenchington

This text offers authoritative advice on the present day planning, policies and practices for marine protected areas. The Guidelines are intended primarily to help nations and states to establish national representative systems of marine...

88 pages
11.5 x 8.1

The 1991-1992 Green Index
A State-By-State Guide To The Nation's Environmental Health

Bob Hall and Mary Lee Kerr

The 1991-1992 Green Index presents a complete report card on the environment of all 50 states.

170 pages
8.5 x 11

The Snake River
Window To The West

Tim Palmer weaves natural history into a comprehensive account of the complex problems that plague natural resource management throughout the West, as well as the practical solutions that are available.

322 pages
6 x 9

Trees, Why Do you Wait?
America's Changing Rural Culture

Trees, Why Do You Wait? is a moving oral history chronicling the changes taking place in rural America .Through it, we meet real people of the heartland and feel the suffering and the strength in their relationship to the land.

286 pages
6 x 9

Beyond 40%
Record-Setting Recycling And Composting Programs

Beyond 40% is a practical guide for communities trying to solve their solid waste disposal problems.

280 pages
8.5 x 11

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