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Climate Change and Conservation

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A leading ecologist argues that if humankind is to survive on a fragile planet, we must understand and obey its iron laws Read more
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Erika Howsare investigates our connection with deer—from mythology to biology, from forests to cities, from coexistence to control and extermination—and invites readers to contemplate the paradoxes of how humans interact with and shape the natural world. Read more
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From leading climate scientist Dr. Friederike Otto, this gripping book reveals the revolutionary science that definitively links extreme weather events—including deadly heat waves, forest fires, floods, and hurricanes—to climate change. Read more
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In this A Sand County Almanac for the twenty-first century, nature writer and zoologist Mary Taylor Young tells the story of the growing effects of climate change on her land in the pine-covered foothills of southern Colorado. Read more
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Created to honor Seattle Audubon's 100th anniversary by Various Authors , Constance Sidles (Editor). Read more
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A Generation Faces Living on a Changed Planet by Julie Dunlap , Susan A. Cohen, et al. Read more
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An eye-opening account of the global ecological transformations wrought by roads, from the award-winning author of Eager, Ben Goldfarb . Read more
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Author and Washington conservationist Dee Arntz recounts important stories of women in conservation, showing that the legacy of Washington's female conservationists is nothing short of extraordinary. Read more
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This book presents a cross-section of endangered flying creatures with striking art by Sarah Kaizar and concise text by A. Scott Meiser. Read more
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An in-depth look at the people and the science behind our attempts to pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere with direct air capture. By Paul McKendrick. Read more
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Armed with years of experience in the field and a deep love for the natural world, Brant MacDuff tells the provocative, humorous, and insightful story of how he became a hunter. Read more
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Streams of Consequence weaves together a bit of “ecology for dummies,” a cross-section of stories and essays on Alberta’s biodiversity riches and treasured landscapes, and a backdrop of selections on conservation issues. Read more
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An improbable and inspiring story, Stronghold takes us on a wild adventure, from Oregon to Alaska to one of the world’s last remaining salmon strongholds in the Russian Far East, a landscape that is rapidly being developed for oil, gas, minerals, and timb Read more
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This timely look at the hidden impact of light pollution is “rich in revelation and insight” (The Wall Street Journal) and urges us to cherish natural darkness for the sake of the environment, our own well-being, and all life on earth. By Johan Eklöf . Read more
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An astonishing, vital book about Antarctica, climate change, and motherhood from Elizabeth Rush. the author of Rising, finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction. Read more
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In this collection of essays, Murray Bookchin's vision for an ecological society remains central as he addresses questions of urbanism and city planning, technology, self-management, energy, utopianism, and more. Read more