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Accidental Gravity. Bernard Quetchenbach. Oregon State University Press, 249 pp.
In 'Accidental Gravity,' Montana State University english professor Bernard Quetchenbach explores nature, landscapes and a search for home without the dripping nostalgia often accompanying nature writing. Its absence is refreshing.
'Drawdown', edited by Paul Hawken. Penguin Books. 240 pp
"We know we can’t avoid the cataclysmic impacts of global warming by only focusing on achieving zero net carbon emissions; we must also rapidly re-sequester carbon."
Heart Waters delivers the message that water security and ultimately food security are contingent upon sound land stewardship and the political will to adopt more sustainable environmental policies
Paul M. Barrett explores the lawsuit between Chevron and Indigenous people and migrant farmers, on the grounds of contamination of the Amazon.
Lester Brown explores the enormous strides and advancements of renewable energy around the world.
Alex Epstein challenges us to question what we view to be immoral and moral when it comes to fossil fuels.

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