Earth Day

Blessing the hands that feed us, by Vicki Robin  Cathedral of the Wild by Boyd Varty  The Sixth Extinction, by Elizabeth Kolbert  Black Horizon, by James Grippando

 

  • All that we share: a field guide to the commons. Jay Walljasper. 333.2 WAL
  • American earth: environmental writing since Thoreau. 333.72 AME
  • American wasteland: how America throws away nearly half of its food (and what we can do about it). Jonathan Bloom. 363.8 BLO
  • Animal factory: the looming threat of industrial pig, dairy, and poultry farms to humans and the environment. David Kirby. 636.01 KIR
  • Animal, vegetable, miracle: a year of food life. Barbara Kingsolver. 630.2 KIN
  • Archipelago: portraits of life in the world’s most remote island sanctuary. David Liittschwager, Susan Middleton. 578.77 LII
  • Arctic wings: birds of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. 598.0979 ARC
  • The atlas of endangered species. Richard Mackay. 333.95 MACK
  • Babylon’s ark: the incredible wartime rescue of the Baghdad Zoo. Lawrence Anthony. Y 590.73 ANT
  • Becoming animal: an earthly cosmology. David Abram. 304.2 ABR
  • The big thirst: the secret life and turbulent future of water. Charles Fishman. 333.91 FIS
  • The black rhinos of Namibia: searching for survivors in the African desert. Rick Bass. 599.668 BAS
  • Blessed unrest: how the largest movement in the world came into being, and why no one saw it coming. Paul Hawken. 333.72 HAW
  • Blowout in the Gulf : the BP oil spill disaster and the future of energy in America. William R. Freudenburg, Robert Gramling. 363.7382 FRE
  • The blue way: how to profit by investing in a better world. Daniel de Faro Adamson. 332.6042 ADA
  • Bottomfeeder: how to eat ethically in a world of vanishing seafood. Taras Grescoe. 333.956 GRE
  • The bridge at the edge of the world: capitalism, the environment, and crossing from crisis to sustainability. James Gustave Speth. 333.7 SPE
  • Build your own electric vehicle. Seth Leitman, Bob Brant. 629.2293 LEI
  • Building green. Clarke Snell. 690.837 SNE
  • Censoring science: inside the political attack on Dr. James Hansen and the truth of global warming. Mark Bowen. 363.7387 BOW
  • Change comes to dinner: how vertical farmers, urban growers, and other innovators are revolutionizing how America eats. Katherine Gustafson. 641.3 GUS
  • Changing diapers: the hip mom’s guide to modern cloth diapering. Kelly Wels. 649.1 WEL
  • Clean energy common sense: an American call to action on global climate change. Frances Beinecke. 333.79 BEI
  • The climate fix: what scientists and politicians won’t tell you about global warming. Roger Pielke, Jr. 363.7387 PIE
  • Closet monsters: stitch creatures you’ll love from clothing you don’t. John Murphy. 745.5924 MUR
  • Coal: a human history. Barbara Freese. 553.24 FRE
  • Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed. Jared Diamond. 304.28 DIA
  • Common wealth: economics for a crowded planet. Jeffrey D. Sachs. 338.91 SAC
  • The complete idiot’s guide to global warming. Michael Tennesen. 363.7387 TEN
  • The complete idiot’s guide to green living. Trish Riley. 363.7 RIL
  • The complete idiot’s guide to organic living. Eliza Sarasohn. 640 SAR
  • Condor: to the brink and back– the life and times of one giant bird. John Nielsen. 598.92 NIE
  • Consumer guide to home energy savings. Jennifer Thorne Amann. 644 AMA
  • Cool green stuff: a guide to finding great recycled, sustainable, renewable objects you will love. Dave Evans. Y 745.5 EVA
  • Courage for the Earth: writers, scientists, and activists celebrate the life and writing of Rachel Carson. 577.27 COU
  • Craftcycle: 100+ eco-friendly projects and ideas for everyday living. Heidi Boyd. 745.584 BOY
  • Creating rain gardens: capturing the rain for your own water-efficient garden. Cleo Woelfle-Erskine, Apryl Uncapher. 635.95 WOE
  • The Creation: an appeal to save life on Earth. Edward O. Wilson. 333.9516 WIL
  • A dangerous place: California’s unsettling fate. Marc Reisner. 979.4 REI
  • Deep future: the next 100,000 years of life on Earth. Curt Stager. 363.7 STA
  • Destination wildlife: an international site-by-site guide to the best places to experience endangered, rare, and fascinating animals and their habitats. Pamela K. Brodowsky. 333.78 BRO
  • Diet for a hot planet: the climate crisis at the end of your fork and what you can do about it. Anna Lappe. 363.8 LAP
  • The dirty life: on farming, food, and love. Kristin Kimball. 631.584 KIM, CD 631.584 KIM
  • Do one green thing: saving the earth through simple, everyday choices. Mindy Pennybacker. 333.72 PEN
  • The dolphin in the mirror: exploring dolphin minds and saving dolphin lives. Diana Reiss. 599.53 REI
  • Don’t throw it out. Lori Baird. 363.7282 BAI
  • Drinking water: a history. James Salzman. 363.61 SAL
  • Eaarth: making a life on a tough new planet. Bill McKibben. 333.72 MACK
  • The eagle watchers: observing and conserving raptors around the world. 598.942 EAG
  • Earth: an intimate history. Richard Fortey. 551.7 FOR
  • The Earth friendly home. 640 EAR
  • Earth-sheltered houses: how to build an afford-able underground home. Rob Roy. 690.837 ROY
  • Earth: the operators’ manual. Richard B. Alley. Y 333.79 ALL
  • Earth: the sequel: the race to reinvent energy and stop global warming. Fred Krupp, Miriam Horn. 621.042 KRU
  • Eating the sun: how plants power the planet. Oliver Morton. 572.46 MOR
  • Eco-architecture. Y 720.47 ECO
  • Eco barons: the dreamers, schemers, and millionaires who are saving our planet. Edward Humes. 333.72 HUM
  • The eco-diary of Kiran Singer. Sue Ann Alderson. Y 811 ALD
  • Eco house book. Terence Conran. 720.47 CON
  • Ecological medicine: healing the earth, healing ourselves. 616.98 ECO
  • EcoMind: changing the way we think, to create the world we want. Frances Moore Lappe. 304.28 LAP
  • Electric and hybrid cars: a history. Curtis D. Anderson and Judy Anderson. 629.2293 AND
  • The elephant whisperer: my life with the herd in the African wild. Lawrence Anthony. 599.674 ANT
  • The end of the line: how overfishing is changing the world and what we eat. Charles Clover. 333.956 CLO, DVD 333.956
  • Endangered species: protecting biodiversity. Kim Masters Evans. 578.68 EVA, Electronic Resource
  • Endangered: wildlife on the brink of extinction. George C. McGavin. Y 591.68 MACG
  • Energy efficient homes for dummies. Rik DeGunther. Large Type 696 DEG
  • The energy-smart house: builder-tested, code approved. 644 ENE
  • Energy-wise landscape design: a new approach for your home & garden. Sue Reed. 712.6 REE
  • Environmental science demystified. Linda D. Williams. 577 WIL
  • The essential agrarian reader: the future of culture, community, and the land. 338.1 ESS
  • Essential atlas of ecology. 577 ESS
  • The face on your plate: the truth about food. Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson. 641.3 MAS
  • Farewell, my Subaru: an epic adventure in local living. Doug Fine. 333.72 FIN
  • Field notes from a catastrophe: man, nature, and climate change. Elizabeth Kolbert. 363.738 KOL
  • Fierce beauty: preserving the world of wild cats. Tim Flach, Barry Bland. 599.75 FLA
  • 50 plus one tips for going green. Alicia Maria Smith. Large Type 640 SMI
  • 50 simple things you can do to save the Earth. John Javna, Sophie Javna, Jesse Javna. 363.7 JAV
  • Fight global warming now. Bill McKibben. Y 363.738 MACK
  • Fixing climate: what past climate changes reveal about the current threat–and how to counter it. Wallace S. Broecker, Robert Kunzig. 551.6 BRO
  • Fodor’s green travel: the world’s best eco-lodges & earth-friendly hotels. 910.46 FOD
  • Food and farming. Jen Green. Y 338.1 GRE
  • Food and the city: urban agriculture and the new food revolution. Jennifer Cockrall-King. 363.8 COC
  • Food matters: a guide to conscious eating with more than 75 recipes. Mark Bittman. 641.3 BIT
  • Food not lawns: how to turn your yard into a garden and your neighborhood into a community. H.C. Flores. 631.58 FLO
  • For cod & country. Barton Seaver. 641.692 SEA
  • Force of nature: the unlikely story of Wal-Mart’s green revolution. Edward Humes. 338.927 HUM
  • Forces of change: a new view of nature. 508 FOR
  • 47 things you can do for the environment. Lexi Petronis. Y 333.72 PET
  • Fraser’s penguins: a journey to the future in Antarctica. Fen Montaigne. 598.47 MON
  • Freedom from oil: how the next president can end the United States’ oil addiction. David Sandalow. 333.82 SAN
  • From the bottom up: one man’s crusade to clean America’s rivers. Chad Pregracke. 363.7394 PRE
  • Frozen planet: a world beyond imagination. Alastair Fothergill, Vanessa Berlowitz. 577.0911 FOT, DVD 577.0911
  • Full body burden: growing up in the nuclear shadow of Rocky Flats. Kristen Iversen. 363.1799 IVE
  • Galapagos: preserving Darwin’s legacy. 508.8665 GAL
  • Generation green: the ultimate teen guide to living an eco-friendly life. Linda Sivertsen, Tosh Sivertsen. Y 640 SIV
  • Getting a grip: clarity, creativity, and courage in a world gone mad. Frances Moore Lappe. 361.2 LAP
  • Getting started in permaculture: over 50 DIY projects for house & garden using recycled materials. Ross & Jenny Mars. 631.87 MAR
  • Global climate change. 551.6 GLO
  • Global warming. Mark Maslin. 363.7387 MAS
  • The global warming survival handbook: 77 essential skills to stop climate change– or live through it. David de Rothschild. 363.7387 ROT
  • Global weirdness: severe storms, deadly heat waves, relentless drought, rising seas, and the weather of the future. 577.22 GLO
  • Go green, live rich: 50 simple ways to save the Earth and get rich trying. David Bach. 640 BAC
  • Going blue: a teen guide to saving our oceans, lakes, rivers, & wetlands. Cathryn Berger Kaye. Y 333.91 KAY
  • Going, going, gone?: animals and plants on the brink of extinction and how you can help. Malcolm Tait. 333.9522 TAI
  • Gone tomorrow: the hidden life of garbage. Heather Rogers. 363.728 ROG
  • Got sun? Go solar: harness nature’s free energy to heat and power your grid-tied home. Rex A. Ewing, Doug Pratt. 697.78 EWI
  • Greasy rider: two dudes, one fry-oil-powered car, and a cross-country search for a greener future. Greg Melville. 333.72 MEL
  • A great aridness: climate change and the future of the American southwest. William deBuys. 551.69 DEB
  • The Great Lakes: the natural history of a changing region. Wayne Grady. 508.77 GRA
  • The great lead water pipe disaster. Werner Troesken. 363.7384 TRO
  • The great warming: climate change and the rise and fall of civilizations. Brian Fagan. 551.609 FAG
  • The great white bear: a natural and unnatural history of the polar bear. Kieran Mulvaney. 599.786 MUL
  • Green babies, sage moms: the ultimate guide to raising your organic baby. Lynda Fassa. 649.122 FAS
  • The green beauty guide: your essential resource to organic and natural skin care, hair care, makeup, and fragrances. Julie Gabriel. 646.72 GAB
  • The green book: the everyday guide to saving the planet one simple step at a time. Elizabeth Rogers, Thomas M. Kostigen. Y 640 ROG
  • The green bride guide: how to create an earth-friendly wedding on any budget. Kate L. Harrison. 395.22 HAR
  • Green career$: you can make money and save the planet. Jennifer Power Scott. Y 333.7202 POW
  • Green chic: saving the Earth in style. Christie Matheson. Y 333.72 MAT
  • Green collar jobs: environmental careers for the 21st century. Scott M. Deitche. 333.7202 DEI
  • Green equilibrium: the vital balance of humans & nature. Christopher Wills. 577 WIL
  • Green gadgets for dummies. Tom Hutsko. 621.381 HUT
  • The green gardener’s guide: simple, significant actions to protect & preserve our planet. Joe Lamp’l. 635.048 LAM
  • The green house: new directions in sustainable architecture. Alanna Stang. 728.37 STA
  • Green interior design. Lori Dennis. 747 DEN
  • Green IT for dummies. 333.79 GRE
  • Green living for dummies. Yvonne Jeffery, Liz Barclay, Michael Grosvenor. Y 640 JEF
  • Green metropolis: why living smaller, living closer, and driving less are keys to sustainability. David Owen. 304.2 OWE
  • Green technology: earth-friendly innovations. Geeta Sobha. 621.042 SOB
  • The green teen: the eco-friendly teen’s guide to saving the planet. Jenn Savedge. Y 640 SAV
  • Green wedding: planning your eco-friendly celebration. Mireya Navarro. 395.22 NAV
  • Greening your cleaning. Deirdre Imus. 648.5 IMU
  • Greening your home: sustainable options for every system in your house. Clayton Bennett. 644 BEN
  • Greening your small business: how to improve your bottom line, grow your brand, satisfy your customers–and save the planet. Jennifer Kaplan. 658.4083 KAP
  • Growing a garden city: how farmers, first graders, counselors, troubled teens, foodies, a homeless shelter chef, single mothers, and more are transforming themselves and their neighborhoods through the intersection of local agriculture and community–and how you can, too. Jeremy N. Smith. 635.0978 SMI
  • The harvest eating cookbook: more than 200 recipes for cooking with seasonal local ingredients. Keith Snow. 641.65 SNO
  • Hell and high water: global warming– the solution and the politics– and what we should do. Joseph J. Romm. 363.7387 ROM
  • High tech trash: digital devices, hidden toxics, and human health. Elizabeth Grossman. 363.728 GRO
  • The hockey stick and the climate wars: dispatches from the front lines. Michael E. Mann. 363.7387 MAN
  • A hole at the bottom of the sea: the race to kill the BP oil gusher. Joel Achenbach. 363.7382 ACH
  • Home enlightenment: practical, earth-friendly advice for creating a nurturing, healthy, and toxin-free home and lifestyle. Annie B. Bond. 648.5 BER
  • The homeowner’s guide to renewable energy: achieving energy independence through solar, wind, biomass and hydropower. Dan Chiras. 333.794 CHI
  • Homesteading: a backyard guide to– growing your own food, canning, keeping chickens, generating your own energy, crafting, herbal medicine, and more. 640 HOM
  • Hope for animals and their world: how endangered species are being rescued from the brink. Jane Goodall. 591.68 GOO
  • Hot, flat, and crowded: why we need a green revolution–and how it can renew America. Thomas L. Friedman. 333.79 FRI, Large Type 363.7 FRI, CD 363.7 FRI
  • The hot topic: what we can do about global warming. Gabrielle Walker. 363.738 WAL
  • How bad are bananas?: the carbon footprint of everything. Mike Berners-Lee. 363.7387 BER
  • How to cool the planet: geoengineering and the audacious quest to fix earth’s climate. Jeff Goodell. 363.7387 GOO
  • How we know what we know about our changing climate: scientists and kids explore global warming. Lynne Cherry. J 551.6 CHE
  • The human, the orchid, and the octopus: exploring and conserving our natural world. Jacques Cousteau, Susan Schiefelbein. 333.95 COU, CD 333.9516
  • If you love this planet: a plan to heal the earth. Helen Caldicott. 363.7 CAL
  • In the empire of ice: encounters in a changing landscape. Gretel Ehrlich. 998 EHR
  • An inconvenient truth: the planetary emergency of global warming and what we can do about it. Al Gore. 363.7387 GOR
  • Killer whales of the world: natural history and conservation. Robin W. Baird. 599.536 BAI
  • Last child in the woods: saving our children from nature-deficit disorder. Richard Louv. 155.418 LOU
  • The last flight of the scarlet macaw. Bruce Barcott. 333.958 BAR
  • The last forest: the Amazon in the age of globalization. Mark London, Brian Kelly. 333.75 LON
  • The last great ape: a journey through Africa and a fight for the heart of the continent. Ofir Drori, David McDannald. 916.7 DRO
  • The last mountain. DVD 333.73
  • The last rhinos: my battle to save one of the world’s greatest creatures. Lawrence Anthony. 599.668 ANT
  • Lawn gone!: low-maintenance, sustainable, attractive alternatives for your yard. Pam Penick. 712 PEN
  • Listed: dispatches from America’s Endangered Species Act. Joe Roman. Y 333.952 ROM
  • Little green dresses: 50 original patterns for repurposed dresses, tops, skirts, and more. Tina Sparkles. 646.4 SPA
  • The living Great Lakes. Jerry Dennis. 977 DEN
  • Living like Ed. Ed Begley, Jr. 333.72 BEG
  • Living off the grid: a simple guide to creating and maintaining a self-reliant supply of energy, water, shelter, and more. Dave Black. 644 BLA
  • The long emergency: surviving the converging catastrophes of the twenty-first century. James Howard Kunstler. 303.49 KUN
  • Lost mountain: a year in the vanishing wilderness: radical strip mining and the devastation of Appalachia. Erik Reece. 622.292 REE
  • Love God, heal earth. 201.77 LOV
  • The magnetic north: notes from the Arctic circle. Sara Wheeler. 910.911 WHE
  • Merchants of doubt: how a handful of scientists obscured the truth on issues from tobacco smoke to global warming. Naomi Oreskes, Erik M. Conway. 174.95 ORE
  • Moby-duck: the true story of 28,800 bath toys lost at sea and of the beachcombers, oceanographers, environmentalists, and fools, including the author, who went in search of them. Donovan Hohn. 551.462 HOH
  • More than genes: what science can tell us about toxic chemicals, development, and the risk to our children. Dan Agin. 612.64 AGI
  • MySpace: OurPlanet: change is possible. Y 640 AND
  • The national grasslands: a guide to America’s undiscovered treasures. Francis Moul. 333.74 MOU
  • The national parks: America’s best idea: an illustrated history. Dayton Duncan. 333.78 DUN, CD 917.3 DUN, DVD 917.3
  • The natural plaster book. Cedar Rose Guelberth, Dan Chiras. 693.6 GUE
  • Natural remodeling for the not-so-green house. Carol Venolia, Kelly Lerner. 643.7 VEN
  • The nature principle: human restoration and the end of nature-deficit disorder. Richard Louv. 155.904 LOU
  • Nature revealed: selected writings, 1949-2006. Edward O. Wilson. 570 WIL
  • The new good life: living better than ever in an age of less. John Robbins. 640 ROB
  • The new normal: an agenda for responsible living. David Wann. 333.72 WAN
  • The new solar electric home: the complete guide to photovoltaics for your home. Joel Davidson, Fran Orner. 621.31244 DAV
  • No impact man: the adventures of a guilty liberal who attempts to save the planet and the discoveries he makes about himself and our way of life in the process. Colin Beavan. 333.72 BEA, DVD 333.72
  • No way home: the decline of the world’s great animal migrations. David S. Wilcove. 591.568 WIL
  • Now or never: why we must act now to end climate change and create a sustainable future. Tim Flannery. 363.7387 FLA
  • The ocean of life: the fate of man and the sea. Callum Roberts. 551.46 ROB
  • Oceana: our endangered oceans and what we can do to save them. Ted Danson. 333.956 DAN
  • On extinction: how we became estranged from nature. Melanie Challenger. 576.84 CHA
  • On thin ice: the changing world of the polar bear. Richard Ellis. 599.786 ELL
  • 100 animals. Nick Garbutt. 591.68 GAR
  • Organic farming: everything you need to know. Peter V. Fossel. 631.584 FOS
  • Organic housekeeping. Ellen Sandbeck. 648.5 SAN
  • Our choice: a plan to solve the climate crisis. Al Gore. 363.738 GOR
  • Our choice: how we can solve the climate crisis. Al Gore. Y 363.738 GOR
  • Out of Eden: an odyssey of ecological invasion. Alan Burdick. 577 BUR
  • Paradise found: nature in America at the time of discovery. Steve Nicholls. 508.7 NIC
  • Path of destruction: the devastation of New Orleans and the coming age of superstorms. John McQuaid, Mark Schleifstein. 551.552 MACQ
  • Planet without apes. Craig B. Stanford. 599.88 STA
  • Plastic-free: how I kicked the plastic habit and how you can too. Beth Terry. 363.738 TER
  • Plastic ocean: how a sea captain’s chance discovery launched a determined quest to save the oceans. Charles Moore. 363.738 MOO
  • Plenty: one man, one woman, and a raucous year of eating locally. Alisa Smith. 641.3 SMI
  • The politics of the oceans. 341.45 POL
  • The polluters: the making of our chemically altered environment. Benjamin Ross, Steven Amter. 363.738 ROS
  • Power from the people: how to organize, finance, and launch local energy projects. Greg Pahl. 333.79 PAH
  • Power to the people: how the coming energy revolution will transform an industry, change our lives, and maybe even save the planet. Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran. 333.79 VAI
  • Priceless: the vanishing beauty of a fragile planet. Bradley Trevor Greive. Y 591.68 GRE
  • The quiet world: saving Alaska’s wilderness kingdom, 1879-1960. Douglas Brinkley. 333.72 BRI
  • The race to save the Lord God Bird. Phillip Hoose. Y 598.7 HOO, J 598.72 HOO
  • Rain gardens: managing water sustainably in the garden and designed landscape. Nigel Dunnett & Andy Clayden. 635.95 DUN
  • Raising baby green. Alan Greene. 618.2 GRE
  • Raptors of North America: natural history and conservation. Noel and Helen Snyder. 598.9 SNY
  • Re-bound: creating handmade books from recycled and repurposed materials. Jeannine Stein. Y 686.3 STE
  • Re-creative: 50 projects for turning found items into contemporary design. Steve Dodds. Y 745.5 DOD
  • Redux: designs that reuse, recycle, and reveal. Jennifer Roberts. 728.37 ROB
  • The renewable energy handbook. William H. Kemp. 333.794 KEM
  • Replenishing the Earth: spiritual values for healing ourselves and the world. Wangari Maathai. 261.88 MAA
  • Restore, recycle, repurpose: {create a beautiful home}. Randy Florke. 747 FLO
  • Return of the condor. John Moir. 598.92 MOI
  • A river of waste: the hazardous truth about factory farms. DVD 636.0832
  • Running dry: a journey from source to sea down the Colorado River. Jonathan Waterman. 979.13 WAT
  • Salvage secrets: transforming reclaimed materials into design concepts. Joanne Palmisano. 747 PAL
  • Saving the world at work: what companies and individuals can do to go beyond making a profit to making a difference. Tim Sanders. 658.408 SAN
  • Seasick: ocean change and the extinction of life on Earth. Alanna Mitchell. 577.727 MIT
  • The seasons on Henry’s farm: a year of food and life on a sustainable farm. Terra Brockman. 635.048 BRO
  • Secrets of the savanna: twenty-three years in the African wilderness unraveling the mysteries of ele-phants and people. Mark & Delia Owens. 599.674 OWE
  • Self-sufficiency for the 21st century. Dick & James Strawbridge. 630 STR
  • Sewing green: 25 projects made with repurposed & organic materials; plus tips & resources for Earth-friendly stitching. Betz White. 646.4 WHI
  • Shift your habit: easy ways to save money, simplify your life, and save the planet. Elizabeth Rogers. 640 ROG
  • Silence of the songbirds. Bridget Stutchbury. 598.8 STU
  • Silent snow: the slow poisoning of the Arctic. Marla Cone. 363.7384 CON
  • Simply green giving: create beautiful gift wrapping, tags, and handmade treasures from everyday materials. Danny Seo. 745.5941 SEO
  • Simply organic: a cookbook for sustainable, seasonal, and local ingredients. Jesse Ziff Cool. 641.564 COO
  • Six degrees: our future on a hotter planet. Mark Lynas. 363.7387 LYN
  • The sixth extinction: journey among the lost and left behind. Terry Glavin. 333.9522 GLA
  • 62 projects to make with a dead computer and other discarded electronics. Randy Sarafan. 745.5 SAR
  • A slice of organic life. 631.584 SLI
  • Slow death by rubber duck: the secret danger of everyday things. Rick Smith, Bruce Lourie. 615.902 SMI
  • Small green roofs: low-tech options for greener living. 635.9671 SMA
  • Smart mama’s green guide: simple steps to reduce your child’s toxic chemical exposure. Jennifer Taggart. 615.905 TAG
  • Sneaky green uses for everyday things: how to craft eco-garments and sneaky snack kits, create green cleaners, remake paper into flying toys, assemble alternative energy science projects, and construct a robot recycle bin with everyday things. Cy Tymony. Y 640.41 TYM
  • Solar living source book. John Schaeffer. 697.78 SCH
  • The sound of a wild snail eating. Elisabeth Tova Bailey. 594.38 BAI
  • Stirring it up: how to make money and save the world. Gary Hirshberg. 338.76 HIR
  • Stolen water: saving the Everglades from its friends, foes, and Florida. W. Hodding Carter. 917.593 CAR
  • Stop global warming: the solution is you!: an activist’s guide. Laurie David. Y 363.7387 DAV
  • Storm world: hurricanes, politics, and the battle over global warming. Chris Mooney. 363.7387 MOO
  • Storms of my grandchildren: the truth about the coming climate catastrophe and our last chance to save humanity. James Hansen. 363.7387 HAN
  • The story of Brutus: my life with Brutus the bear and the grizzlies of North America. Casey Anderson. 599.784 AND
  • The story of stuff: how our obsession with stuff is trashing the planet, our communities, and our health–and a vision for change. Annie Leonard. 658.8342 LEO
  • The suicidal planet: how to prevent global climate catastrophe. Mayer Hillman. 363.7387 HIL
  • Taking sides: clashing views on environmental issues. 363.7 TAK
  • Terra: our 100-million-year-old ecosystem–and the threats that now put it at risk. Michael Novacek. 576.84 NOV
  • This moment on Earth: today’s new environmentalists and their vision for the future. John Kerry, Teresa Heinz Kerry. 333.72 KER
  • 365 ways to live green: your everyday guide to saving the environment. Diane Gow McDilda. Y 640 MACD
  • Thunder on the mountain: death at Massey and the dirty secrets behind big coal. Peter A. Galuszka. 363.11 GAL
  • Tigers in red weather: a quest for the last wild tigers. Ruth Padel. 599.756 PAD
  • The town that food saved: how one community found vitality in local food. Ben Hewitt. 338.19 HEW
  • Toxic free: how to protect your health and home from the chemicals that are making you sick. Debra Lynn Dadd. 363.19 DAD
  • Tracking trash: flotsam, jetsam, and the science of ocean motion. Loree Griffin Burns. Y 551.46 BUR
  • The transition companion: making your community more resilient in uncertain times. Rob Hopkins. 307.1 HOP
  • The transition handbook: from oil dependency to local resilience. Rob Hopkins. 333.79 HOP
  • Trash-to-treasure papermaking: make your own recycled paper from newspapers & magazines, can & bottle labels, discarded gift wrap, old phone books, junk mail, comic books and more--. Arnold E. Grummer. 676.22 GRU
  • Tropic of chaos: climate change and the new geography of violence. Christian Parenti. 304.25 PAR
  • True green @ work: 100 ways you can make the environment your business. Kim McKay, Jenny Bonnin. 658.4083 MACK
  • Tuna: a love story. Richard Ellis. 333.956 ELL
  • Twelve by twelve: a one-room cabin off the grid & beyond the American dream. William Powers. 333.72 POW
  • U.S. national debate topic, 2008-2009: alternative energy. 333.794 USN
  • Under a green sky: global warming, the mass extinctions of the past, and what they can tell us about our future. Peter D. Ward. 363.7387 WAR
  • An unreasonable woman: a true story of shrimpers, politicos, polluters, and the fight for Seadrift, Texas. Diane Wilson. 363.7384 WIL
  • Visit sunny Chernobyl: and other adventures in the world’s most polluted places. Andrew Blackwell. 363.73 BLA
  • Voices from Chernobyl. Svetlana Alexievich. 363.1799 ALE
  • Walking softly in the wilderness: the Sierra Club guide to backpacking. John Hart. 796.51 HAR
  • Waste: uncovering the global food scandal. Tristram Stuart. 363.8 STU
  • Water supply. 333.91 WAT
  • We are the weather makers: the history of climate change. Tim Flannery. Y 551.6 FLA
  • Weeding without chemicals. Bob Flowerdew. 632.5 FLO
  • What the world eats. Peter Menzel. Y 641.3 MEN
  • When a billion Chinese jump: how China will save mankind–or destroy it. Jonathan Watts. 363.7 WAT
  • Where the wild things were: life, death, and ecological wreckage in a land of vanishing predators. William Stolzenburg. 577.5 STO
  • The whole story of climate: what science reveals about the nature of endless change. E. Kirsten Peters. 551.5 PET
  • The wild trees: a story of passion and daring. Richard Preston. 585.5 PRE
  • Wisdom for a livable planet: the visionary work of Terri Swearingen, Dave Foreman, Wes Jackson, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Werner Fornos, Herman Daly, Stephen Schneider, and David Orr. Carl N. McDaniel. 333.72 MACD
  • Wisdom of the last farmer: harvesting legacies from the land. David Mas Masumoto. 630.92 MAS
  • The world is blue: how our fate and the ocean’s are one. Sylvia A. Earle. 551.46 EAR
  • A world without ice. Henry Pollack. 551.312 POL
  • Worldchanging: a user’s guide for the 21st century. 333.72 WOR
  • Your green home: a guide to planning a healthy, environmentally friendly new home. Alex Wilson. 690.837 WIL

BIOGRAPHY

  • Born wild: the extraordinary story of one man’s passion for Africa. Tony Fitzjohn. B Fitzjohn
  • The boy who harnessed the wind. William Kamkwamba. B Kamkwamba
  • The gentle subversive: Rachel Carson, Silent spring, and the rise of the environmental movement. Mark Hamilton Lytle. B Carson
  • Love, life, and elephants: an African love story. Dame Daphne Sheldrick. B Sheldrick
  • Mr. Hornaday’s war: how a peculiar Victorian zookeeper waged a lonely crusade for wildlife that changed the world. Stefan Bechtel. B Hornaday
  • The next eco-warriors: 22 young women and men who are saving the planet. Y 333.72 NEX
  • On a farther shore: the life and legacy of Rachel Carson. William Souder. B Carson
  • Unbowed: a memoir. Wangari Muta Maathai. B Maathai
  • The wilderness warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the crusade for America. Douglas Brinkley. B Roosevelt

FICTION

  • Anthill. E.O. Wilson. Fic WIL
  • Arctic rising. Tobias S. Buckell. Sci. Fic BUC
  • An atomic romance. Bobbie Ann Mason. Fic MAS, CD Fic MAS
  • Boys, bears, and a serious pair of hiking boots. Abby McDonald. Y Fic MACD
  • The carbon diaries 2017. Saci Lloyd. Y Fic LLO
  • The crazy things girls do for love. Dyan Sheldon. Y Fic SHE
  • Destroy all cars. Blake Nelson. Y Fic NEL
  • Fifty degrees below. Kim Stanley Robinson. Fic ROB
  • Flush. Carl Hiaasen. Y Fic HIA, Large Type Fic HIA, J HIA, Y AUDIO CD HIA
  • Green pieces: green from the pond up: a collection of cartoons. Drew Aquilina. Y 741.5 AQU
  • On deadly ground. Michael Norman. Mystery NOR
  • The red-hot Cajun. Sandra Hill. Fic HIL
  • Rock bottom. Erin Brockovich. Fic BRO
  • Saints at the river. Ron Rash. Fic RAS
  • Saving the planet & stuff. Gail Gauthier. Y Fic GAU
  • The secret under my skin. Janet McNaughton. Y Fic MACN
  • Solar. Ian McEwan. Fic MACE
  • Teen, Inc. Stefan Petrucha. Y Fic PET
  • They came from below. Blake Nelson. Y Fic NEL
  • When the killing’s done. T. Coraghessan Boyle. Fic BOY
  • The year of the flood. Margaret Atwood. Fic ATW

REFERENCE

  • Endangered species: protecting biodiversity. Kim Masters Evans. R 300.7 INF
  • Energy: supplies, sustainability and costs. Sandra M. Alters. R 300.7 INF
  • The environment: a revolution in attitudes. Kim Masters Evans. R 300.7 INF
  • Water: no longer taken for granted. Sandra M. Alters. R 300.7 INF
  • Wildlands philanthropy: the great American tradition. Tom Butler. R 917.3 BUT

AUDIOBOOKS

  • The ecological planet: an introduction to Earth’s major ecosystems. John Kricher. CD 577 KRI
  • Energy for future presidents: the science behind the headlines. Richard A. Muller. CD 333.79 MUL
  • Fueling the planet: the past, present, and future of energy. Michael B. Mc Elroy. CD 333.79 MACE
  • In deep water: the anatomy of a disaster, the fate of the Gulf, and how to end our oil addiction. Peter Lehner. CD 363.7382 LEH
  • You are here: exposing the vital link between what we do and what that does to our planet. CD 363.7 KOS

DVDS & VIDEOS

  • Ansel Adams: a documentary film. DVD B Adams
  • Being green (Sesame Street). DVD Children S
  • Blue gold: world water wars. DVD 333.911
  • Born to be wild. DVD 333.954
  • Building with awareness: the construction of a hybrid home. DVD 691
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers. DVD Children C
  • The chances of the world changing. DVD 333.957
  • Cool it: are we saving the world or just burning money? DVD 363.7387
  • The cove. DVD 599.53
  • Crude. DVD 622.3382
  • Cuba: the accidental Eden. DVD 508.729
  • Curiosity quest goes green. Rubber bark. DVD Children C
  • Dirt! the movie. DVD 631.49
  • Dive! living off America’s waste. DVD 363.728
  • The 11th hour. DVD 304.28
  • Extreme ice. DVD 551.31
  • Flow: for love of water. DVD 333.911
  • Frogs & amphibians crisis & CSI. DVD J 597.8
  • Gabon, the last Eden. DVD 591.967
  • Gasland. DVD 622.338
  • Handy Manny. Manny’s green team. DVD Children H
  • Hotspots. DVD 333.9516
  • Hurricane on the bayou. DVD 363.3492
  • An inconvenient truth. DVD 363.7387
  • Life. DVD 570
  • No impact man. DVD 333.72
  • Nuclear energy. DVD 333.7924
  • Planet Earth. DVD 508
  • Planet in peril: a CNN worldwide investigation. DVD 304.28
  • Pollution solutions. DVD Children B
  • Radioactive wolves: Chernobyl’s nuclear wilderness. DVD 363.1799
  • Respect yo’ mama here comes Mr. Recycle Man! DVD Children R
  • Safety smart goes green! DVD Children S
  • Saved by the sun. DVD 333.7923
  • Spirit bear: the Simon Jackson story. DVD Drama
  • Stuff happens with Bill Nye. DVD Children B
  • WALL-E. DVD Children W
  • The whale warrior: pirate for the sea. DVD 333.959
  • Whales in crisis. DVD 599.5
  • Who killed the electric car? DVD 629.2293
  • The world according to Monsanto. DVD 660.65

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

  • All the wild wonders: poems of our Earth. J 808.81 ALL
  • Alternative energy beyond fossil fuels. Dana Meachen Rau. J 333.794 RAU
  • Antarctic melting: the disappearing Antarctic ice cap. Michael A. Sommers. J 363.7387 SOM
  • Ants in your pants, worms in your plants!: (Gilbert goes green). Diane deGroat. Pic DEG
  • Baby Coyote and the old woman = El coyotito y la viejita. Carmen Tafolla. Sp. Lang. Pic TAF
  • The bat scientists. Mary Kay Carson. J 599.4 CAR
  • The buffalo are back. Jean Craighead George. J 599.643 GEO
  • Can we save the tiger? Martin Jenkins. J 591.68 JEN
  • The canyon. Sheila Cole. J COL
  • Conserving our fresh water. Carol Inskipp. J 333.91 INS
  • Earth-friendly crafts: clever ways to reuse everyday items. Kathy Ross. J 745.58 ROS
  • Easy earth-friendly crafts in 5 steps. Anna Llimos. J 745.58 LLI
  • Eco babies wear green. Michelle Sinclaire Colman. Board Book COL
  • Endangered planet. David Burnie. J 333.95 BUR
  • Energy. Rob Bowden. J 333.79 BOW
  • Energy. John Stringer. J 333.79 STR
  • Energy Island: how one community harnessed the wind and changed their world. Allan Drummond. J 333.92 DRU
  • Everglades forever: restoring America’s great wetland. Trish Marx. J 975.9 MAR
  • Fancy Nancy: every day is Earth Day. Jane O’Connor. E OCO
  • Food and farming. Rob Bowden. J 338.1 BOW
  • Food for life. John Baines. J 630 BAI
  • The forever forest: kids save a tropical treasure. Kristin Joy Pratt-Serafini. J 578.734 PRA
  • Healthy seas. Carol Inskipp. J 577.7 INS
  • An inconvenient truth: the crisis of global warming. Al Gore. J 363.7387 GOR
  • A journey into a lake. Rebecca L. Johnson. J 577.63 JOH
  • A journey into a wetland. Rebecca L. Johnson. J 577.68 JOH
  • Julie and the eagles. Megan McDonald. J MACD
  • Kailey. Amy Goldman Koss. J KOS
  • Love your world: how to take care of the plants, the animals, and the planet. Dawn Sirett. Pic SIR
  • The Magic School Bus and the climate challenge. Joanna Cole. J 363.7387 COL
  • Make it!: don’t throw it away–create something amazing! Jane Bull. J 745.58 BUL
  • Miss Fox’s class goes green. Eileen Spinelli. Pic SPI
  • Old cars. Sally Morgan. J 363.728 MOR
  • Olivia’s birds: saving the Gulf. Olivia Bouler. J 598 BOU
  • Ozone. Don Nardo. J 363.7387 NAR
  • Pale Male: citizen hawk of New York City. Janet Schulman. J 598.94 SCH
  • Pandas and other endangered species. Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce. J 599.789 OSB
  • Polar bear, why is your world melting? Robert E. Wells. J 363.7387 WEL
  • Rachel: the story of Rachel Carson. Amy Ehrlich. EB Carson
  • Recycle this book: 100 top children’s book authors tell you how to go green. J 363.7 REC
  • Recycled tires. Toney Allman. J 363.728 ALL
  • Red wolves: and then there were (almost) none.  Meish Goldish. J 599.773 GOL
  • Reducing the carbon footprint. Anne Rooney. J 363.7 ROO
  • Resources. Andrew Solway. J 333.72 SOL
  • Solar power. Neil Morris. J 333.792 MOR
  • Sustainable homes. Ewan McLeish. J 690.8 MACL
  • 31 ways to change the world: we are what we doJ 361.2 THI
  • The trouble with dragons. Debi Gliori. Pic GLI
  • Wangari’s trees of peace: a true story from Africa. Jeanette Winter. EB Wangari
  • Waste and recycling. Sally Morgan. J 363.728 MOR
  • Waste disposal. Andrew Solway. J 363.728 SOL
  • Water. Geoff Barker. J 553.7 BAR
  • What’s so special about planet Earth? Robert E. Wells. J 525 WEL

SPANISH LANGUAGE / EN ESPAÑOL

  • Las tres erres: reutilizar, reducir, reciclar. Nuria Roca. Sp. Lang. J 363.728 ROC

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