Keyword: environment

    Cold, Hungry and in the Dark

    Cold, Hungry and in the Dark

    Exploding the Natural Gas Supply Myth

    by Bill Powers
    foreword by Art Berman

    Conventional wisdom has North America entering a new era of energy abundance thanks to shale gas. But has industry been honest? Cold, Hungry and in the Dark argues that declining productivity combined with increasing demand will trigger a crisis …

    related subjects: Energy
    Small Stories, Big Changes

    Small Stories, Big Changes

    Agents of Change on the Frontlines of Sustainability

    A remarkable cast of characters inhabit the pages of this book. Meet Tim Toben, who developed a high rise with the lowest energy consumption of any building in the southeastern United States, was foreclosed upon, and lost millions in the process. …

    related subjects: Sustainable Living
    The Salmon Recipes

    The Salmon Recipes

    Stories of Our Endangered North Coast Cuisine

    edited by Luanne Roth

    From time immemorial, wild salmon have nourished the people of the Pacific Northwest, forming an integral part of the regionÂ’s distinctive heritage and culture. The Salmon Recipes invites you to a sumptuous, visual feast drawn from the culinary …

    related subjects: Food and Gardening
    High Steaks

    High Steaks

    Why and How to Eat Less Meat

    Each year the average North American ingests well over 200 pounds of animal protein, and the global appetite for meat has also increased dramatically. But feeding our meat addiction comes at tremendous cost. Maintaining our current level of …

    related subjects: Food and Gardening
    Home! A Bioregional Reader

    Home! A Bioregional Reader

    By providing tools to understand the land we live on and the sources of its natural regeneration, the more than 40 contributors to Home! open up new possibilities for the creation of cultures inkeeping with the requirements of the natural world. …

    related subjects: New Catalyst Books
    Healing the Wounds

    Healing the Wounds

    edited by Judith Plant

    Twenty-five activist authors--including Ursula LeGuin,Vandana Shiva, Margot Adler and Joanna Macy--striveto unite the visions and energies of the feminist andecological perspectives. Healing the Wounds drawstogether the personal, political and …

    related subjects: New Catalyst Books