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THE ELDER BROTHERS.: A Lost South American People and their Message about the Fate of the Earth
New York: Knopf, 1992. First U.S. edition. 17 color photographs; 243 pages. More
ASKING FOR THE EARTH: WAKING UP TO THE SPIRITUAL/ECOLOGICAL CRISIS.
Element, 1995. Preface by H.H. The Dalai Lama; Foreword by Maurice Strong; 199 pages. More
THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES.
White River Junction: Chelsea Green, 1985. Wood engravings by Michael McCurdy; Afterword by Norma L. Goodrich; 52 pages. More
TECHNIQUES AND APPROACHES IN FOREST TREE ECOPHYSIOLOGY.
CRC Press, 1991. First printing. 599 pages. More
THE LAST FOREST: THE AMAZON IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION.
New York: Random House, 2007. First edition. 312 pages. More
CLIMATE CAPITALISM: Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change
New York: Hill and Wang, 2011. First printing. 390 pages. More
LIGHT: PARABOLA, VOLUME 26, NO. 2; SUMMER, 2001.
New York: 2001. Contains "Mixing Matter and Energy" - Photographs by Walter Chappell; text by Riversong Chappell; "Tír na Sorcha" by Mara Freeman - The radiance of the Celtic Otherworld; "On the First Day" by Howard Schwartz - How things become visible; "Festivals of Fire and Flame" by Suzan Donleavy-Johnston..... More
HOLY EARTH: PARABOLA, VOL. 32, NO. 3, FALL 2007.
New York: 2007. Contents include A Place of Prophets by David Sander - A journey into the living heart of tradition, The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus Sir Isaac Newton, trans. - As above, so below, The Tree of Life - An interview with Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai..... More
MUTANT MESSAGE DOWNUNDER.
Lee Summit: MM CO, 1991. Second printing. Gift inscription signed by the author; 165 pages. More
THE ECOLOGICAL THOUGHT.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2010. First edition. x, 163 pages. More
TROUBLED WATERS: TOXIC CHEMICALS IN THE HUDSON RIVER.
New York: Environmental Defense Fund, 1977. unpaginated, approx. 140 pages. More
BATHYMETRICAL SURVEY OF THE SCOTTISH FRESH-WATER LOCHS DURING THE YEARS 1897 TO 1909: Report on the Scientific Results (Volume 1)
Edinburgh: Challenger Office, 1910. First edition. lviii, 785 pages plus eight black-and-white phots and two folding color maps. More
AN UNKNOWN WORLD: Notes on the Meaning of the Earth
2012. First printing. 240 pages. What is the purpose of life on Earth? Jacob Needleman frames man's role on the planet in a completely new and fresh way, moving beyond the usual environmental concerns to reveal how the care and maintenance of a world is something vital and basic to..... More
TECHNOSCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: Expert Cultures in a Grassroots Movement
MIT, 20011. First edition. Urban and Industrial Environments Series; 306 pages. Technoscience and Environmental Justice first examines the scientific practices and identities of technical experts who work with environmental justice organizations, whether by becoming activists themselves or by sharing scientific information with communities. It then explore scientists' and engineers' activities..... More
LAUDATO SI': ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME: Encyclical Letter
The Word Among Us, 2015. Includes Study Guide; 189 pages. More
BIOSPHERE POLITICS: A Cultural Odyssey from the Middle Ages to the New Age
San Francisco: Harper Collins, 1992. First edition. 388 pages. More
THE JOURNAL OF THE NEW ALCHEMISTS.
Woods Hole, MA: New Alchemy Institute, 1977. No issue number stated, assume it is No. 5; 12" x 8.75" paperback; 148 pages. More
DARKENING OF THE LIGHT: Witnessing the End of an Era
Golden Sufi Center, 2013. 164 pages. Over the last decade or more we have become increasingly aware of how our materialistic, energy-intensive civilization has been destroying the fragile balance of the web of life that has sustained humanity and all living beings for millennia. Yet, while spiritual teachings tell us..... More
ECOTOXICOLOGY: RESPONSE, BIOMARKERS AND RISK ASSESSMENT.
Fair Haven, NJ: SOS Publications for OECD, 1997. First printing. Thirty two papers from the 1996 meeting of ecotoxicologists/environmental toxicologists sponsored by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); 534 pages, plus 18 pages of roundtable discussion. More