The Earth In Custody

Verses of Lament and Comment
By Subhash S Naik

The Earth In Custody: Verses of Lament and Comment is a work in the poetry, environmentalism, and call to action subgenres. It is best suited to teen and adult readers. Penned by author Subhash S Naik, this poignant collection of poems addresses the pressing issue...

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Poignant Landscapes

Reflections on Pain, Beauty, Belonging, and Being Human
By Van Thi Diep

Contemplating nature awakens our creativity and helps us develop ideas applicable to our daily lives. That is why, in Poignant Landscapes, Van Thi Diep shares a personal collection of essays, poems, and photographs focused on finding inner peace. She reflects on how landscapes and our...

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Nature
By Kat Sabatini

Nature is a fragile essential to life on this planet. We have used it, overused it, and abused it, and yet it maintains its glory, beauty, and never-ending power of resilience. At least, so far it has. But for how much longer and at what...

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The Climate Misinformation Crisis

How to Move Past the Mistruths to a Smarter Energy Future
By Tushar Choudhary

In The Climate Misinformation Crisis: How To Move Past The Mistruths To A Smarter Energy Future, author Tushar Choudhary shows how misinformation can play a dangerous role in life and cause harm to those who believe it. This is as true for personal and...

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A Hiking Solo Guide

Just Me, the Trees, and My Thoughts (Help!)
By Bob Klann

Have you ever thought about hiking on your own? Then A Hiking Solo Guide: Just Me, the Trees, and My Thoughts (Help!) by Bob Klann is a book you should always have at hand. This detailed, humorous guide will help you consider every aspect of...

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You Only Go Extinct Once

Stuck in the Anthropocene with the Pleistocene Blues Again
By Bob Lorentson

Bob Lorentson’s You Only Go Extinct Once is a satirical and humorous look at the evolution of pretty much all forms of life on Earth. He begins with the prospects and risks of reviving extinct species through gene editing, particularly focusing on the woolly mammoth....

My Gardening Journal

A Weekly Tracker and Logbook for Planning Your Garden
By Sarah Simon, Colin Simon

Gardening is an excellent way to control what you eat and what goes into your body. If you are interested in creating and building a garden, one of the most important things is to plan each step. If you need tools and resources to begin...

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Delaware From Railways to Freeways

First State, Second Phase
By Dave Tabler

Delaware From Railways to Freeways by Dave Tabler is a deep look into the history and culture of the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. It’s the second volume in the Delaware History Overview series. The book is about far more than transportation, as...

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The Imperfect Vegan

Making a difference on a (mostly) plant-based diet
By Cat White

After a personal decision to do her part by significantly reducing animal-based choices, Cat White wrote about her feelings on veganism in her book, The Imperfect Vegan. White details the reason for her "mostly vegan" approach, citing statistics on climate change. Expressed in three parts,...

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The Conceivable Future

Planning Families and Taking Action in the Age of Climate Change
By Meghan Elizabeth Kallman and Josephine Ferorelli

Family planning offers a sustainable solution to manage population growth, reduce the burden on the environment, and help tackle climate change. The Conceivable Future by Meghan Elizabeth Kallman and Josephine Ferorelli is a timely and thought-provoking exploration of the relationship between family planning and climate...

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