Non-Fiction - Environment

Harmony and the Bhagavad-gita

Lessons from a Life-Changing Move to the Wilderness
By Visakha

Harmony and The Bhagavad-gita (Lessons From A Life-Changing Move To The Wilderness) by Visakha is a spiritual anecdote in a narrative form. Being an atheist most of her life, the author discovers jivatma, which translated from Sanskrit means soul. To achieve sacredness, the narrator and...

Residential Solar Energy

Your Guide To Whether Solar Will Save You Money
By Vince Hough

Is solar energy just a fad or are there really benefits to residential solar energy? It has been stated that solar energy benefits not only the world but the homeowner, but does it? What are you doing to minimize the carbon footprints that affects the...

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Earth's Changing Climate

By Judith Hubbard

Earth’s Changing Climate is an interactive resource book written by Judith Hubbard. Beginning with Earth’s creation, pictures are shown of how the planet may have looked many millions of years ago. As Earth burned or froze over the ages, its inhabitants changed with it. Fossils...

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Wild Roots

Coming Alive in the French Amazon
By Donna Mulvenna

Wild Roots: Coming Alive in the French Amazon by Donna Mulvenna is the journey of the author through the French Amazon where her experiences, travels, insights, and horrors will introduce readers to an entirely new world. They will venture into the depths and mysteries of...

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Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona

By Garry Rogers

Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona is a non-fiction regional ornithology guide written by Garry Rogers. Rogers owns a 20-acre farm that borders on the Agua Fria River in Dewey-Humboldt. Since 1997, he's made a study of the wildlife species that are known to visit or inhabit...

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One Day, One Night

Portraits of the South Pole
By John Bird and Jennifer McCallum

One Day, One Night is a fascinating recounting of a husband and wife’s very unique experience of living with 50 other human beings in a place where few of us are likely to ever venture in our lifetimes – in one of the most isolated...

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Endangered Edens

Exploring the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica, the Everglades, and Puerto Rico
By Marty Essen

Endangered Edens: Exploring the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica, the Everglades, and Puerto Rico by Marty Essen is an exciting book for any wanna-be-traveler or anyone who loves to know more about eco-friendly places that exist on our planet. The way the author captures...

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The volatile fickle unpredictable undependable price of oil

The VFUU Price of Oil
By Michelle Spaul

The Volatile Fickle Unpredictable Undependable Price Of Oil: The VFUU Price of Oil by Michelle Spaul is a book about how much we depend on oil in our daily lives and how it affects us. Without being boring or too technical, this book talks about...

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It Is Only Money

And It Grows on Trees!
By Cara MacMillan

It Is Only Money: And It Grows on Trees! is a non-fiction business/finance book written by Cara P. MacMillan. The story takes place in a classroom where a teacher named Catherine has written the word, Money, in large capital letters on the blackboard. She invites...

Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy

The New Trifecta
By Geraldine Perry

In an extremely well-researched and eye-opening look into the complexities of the interconnectedness of politics and the environment, author Geraldine Perry has given readers a lot to think about in her new book, Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy: The New Trifecta. Examining the...

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