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Favaro, Brett, 1985- author.
Anyone who lives by the carbon code soon finds that their lifestyle is aligned with their belief system.
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Goodell, Jeff, author.
A hauntingly vivid picture of a very wet world to come.
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Gore, Al, 1948- author.
A sequel to Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, and an update on the state of climate change, a look at who has taken up the cause, and a guide to fighting climate change.
Martinez, Xiuhtezcatl, author.
Effective activism and step-by-step information on how to start and join solution-oriented movements.
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Sandford, Robert William, author.
Builds on events that have transpired since December 2015, including the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the commitment of the Canadian federal government to establish a climate action plan.
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Nye, Bill, author.
Today's environmental issues may still be conquered if we rise to the challenge.
Robertson, Joanne, 1960- author.
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Labrecque, Ellen, author.
The history, basic philosophies and geography of this environmental issue.
Love, Ann, author.
A look at habitats around the world restored to their natural states and native plants and animals reintroduced.
Moser, Elise, author.
The inspiring story of how she mobilized her community, creating sweeping change to help the environment.
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Ponto, Joanna.
The history and traditions of Earth Day, including a craft and recipe.
Kopp, Megan, author.
Have a positive impact on the environment. From planting trees and eating locally grown foods, to "pre-cycling" and protecting animal habitats.
Kaye, Cathryn Berger.
Teaches you about the earth's water crisis and empowers you to do something about it.
A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture comes the follow-up that shows just how close people are to a real energy revolution.
With footage shot around the world, Earth Day educates on the latest global warming and climate change efforts to restore the Earth.
Never-before-seen archives bring to life the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace and define this green movement.
Scientist Bill Nye examines the earth's warming temperatures through the prism of the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
Why polar bears have been turning up in record numbers in northern Alaska, yet declining by 40% in the South Beaufort Sea.
Biologists track the impact of climate change and ocean health by counting penguin populations.
A Danish team of scientists travel to unexplored fjords in northeast Greenland, which due to global warming, were never accessible till now.
From the damage by Hurricane Sandy to the drought in the Middle East, it combines the blockbuster storytelling styles of top Hollywood movie makers with the reporting expertise of today's most respected journalists.