Climatic change and human society. London; New York: Arnold, The human aspects of coming climate change.
Cool energy: renewable solutions to environmental problems. Alternatives to oil, gas, and coal. Cole, Nancy, and p. Renewables are ready: people creating renewable energy solutions. White River Junction, Vt.
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A recent guide to renewable energy technologies. Energy for a sustainable world. Johansson, Amulya K. Reddy, Robert H. Technological opportunities for using energy more efficiently. Flavin, Christopher, and Nicholas Lenssen. Power surge: guide to the coming energy revolution. Golob, Richard, and Eric Brus. The almanac of renewable energy. Holt, A guide to emerging energy technologies. MacKenzie, James J. The keys to the car: electric and hydrogen vehicles for the 21st century.
Alternatives to the gas-guzzlers. Nadis, Steven J. MacKenzie, and Laura Ost. Car trouble.
The problems posed by our love affair with the automobile. Ogden, Joan M. Solar hydrogen: moving beyond fossil fuels. The potential of an environmentally appealing energy source. Potts, Michael. The independent home: living well with power from the sun, wind, and water. If you didn't think you could do it, Potts might change your mind. Renewable energy: sources for fuels and electricity. Edited by Thomas B.
Johansson [et al. Sperling, Daniel. Future drive: electric vehicles and sustainable transportation. The concept of electric propulsion as a key to sustainable transportation and energy systems. Wild forests: conservation biology and public policy. A review of the issues concerning biological diversity in the context of contemporary forest management.
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- Rahmenbedingungen für die Begründung der Internationalisierungstheorie von Buckley/Casson (German Edition).
- Xianne: A Comedy of Cultures: Volume One;
- You care about environmental issues. So do we!?
Balancing on the brink of extinction: the Endangered Species Act and lessons for the future. Edited by Kathryn A. What have we learned about protection since passage of the act, and where should we direct future efforts? Biodiversity II: understanding and protecting our biological resources. Marjorie L. Reaka-Kudla, Don E. Wilson, and Edward O. Wilson, editors. How much we already know, and what remains to be determined, concerning the world's biodiversity.
Craighead, John J. Sumner, and John A. The grizzly bears of Yellowstone: their ecology in the Yellowstone ecosystem, How the "Yellowstone study" evolved into the current attempt to save the grizzlies. Extinction: the causes and consequences of the disappearance of species. New York: Random House, c A pioneering study of extinction, especially that caused not by nature but by man; still of major relevance.
Global biodiversity: status of the Earth's living resources; a report compiled by the World Conservation Monitoring Centre. A massive report by many collaborators. Matthiessen, Peter.
Wildlife in America. Three and a half centuries of destruction, and attempts to protect the survivors. National biodiversity planning: guidelines based on early experiences around the world. A proposal for biodiversity planning in selected countries. Wilson, editor, Frances M.
- Green Plans: Blueprint for a Sustainable Earth by Huey D. Johnson?
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Peter, associate editor. Biological diversity in crisis: papers read at the forum. Norton, Bryan G. Why preserve natural variety? Princeton, N.
A comprehensive rationale for saving wild species and ecosystems. Our living resources: a report to the nation on the distribution, abundance, and health of U. LaRoe [et al. The first product of the National Biological Service's Status and Trends Program: much information about our nation's biological wealth, and a guide for identifying research needs. Phillips, Kathryn. Tracking the vanishing frogs: an ecological mystery. Frog populations are declining rapidly worldwide. Many scientists think that frogs are "indicator species" of the Earth's environmental health.
Quammen, David. The song of the dodo: island biogeography in an age of extinctions. New York: Scribner, c How island biogeography yields insights into the development and extinction of species everywhere. Restoring diversity: strategies for reintroduction of endangered plants. Edited by Donald A. Falk, Constance I. Millar, Margaret Olwell.
Have we forgotten plants when considering biological diversity? Not at all; populations are now being restored, and new strategies are developing.