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5 Books on Global Food Systems Routledge

5 Books on Global Food Systems

From Colin Sage's "Environment and Food" to Michael Carolan's "The Real Cost of Cheap Food," here are a handful of new food books from the fall season that are worth checking out

Mark Laita's Utterly Breathtaking Photographs of Sea Creatures Mark Laita

Mark Laita's Utterly Breathtaking Photographs of Sea Creatures

From stunning stingrays to jubilant jellyfish, Laita, known for his Created Equal series, captures a fascinating and mysterious world

Greening Occupy Wall Street

Greening Occupy Wall Street

Meet some of the protesters who are working to bring green principles to the Occupy Wall Street movement

'Whale Fall': Poetic Animation Describing the Afterlife of a Whale Sweet Fern Productions

'Whale Fall': Poetic Animation Describing the Afterlife of a Whale

From Sweet Fern Productions, this piece was inspired by Radiolab's story of how a whale's carcass can support a community for years

Remembering Urban Growth, From Idea to Implementation Charles R. Wolfe

Remembering Urban Growth, From Idea to Implementation

Even those historically vested in suburban home ownership wanted reform in land development practices earlier than we often remember

A Conversation With Suzy Amis Cameron, Environmental Activist Brandon Hickman

A Conversation With Suzy Amis Cameron, Environmental Activist

The latest installment in our ongoing series of exchanges with experts on the subjects of health, design, food, travel, and sustainability

A Visual Anthropology of the Last Living Nomads in the World Jeroen Toirkens

A Visual Anthropology of the Last Living Nomads in the World

A decade in the making, this is a fascinating and beautiful collection of 150 photographs of nomadic peoples, from Greenland to Turkey

The Controversial Plan for Drawing Clean Power From Old Oil Wells RenewableOne

The Controversial Plan for Drawing Clean Power From Old Oil Wells

Bob Hunt, a former nuclear engineer, is testing an innovative system for extracting geothermal energy. Can he tap the heat beneath our feet?

A Conversation With Auden Schendler, Aspen's Green Guy Auden Schendler

A Conversation With Auden Schendler, Aspen's Green Guy

The latest installment in our ongoing series of exchanges with experts on the subjects of health, design, food, travel, and sustainability

Rebecca Burgess's Fibershed: A Model for a Local Textile Economy Rebecca Burgess

Rebecca Burgess's Fibershed: A Model for a Local Textile Economy

Unhappy with an apparel industry that creates tons of hazardous pollutants, this eco-warrior raised money online to start an alternative

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