James Canton’s book The Oak Papers is a memoir that details his relationships with the natural world in depth–specifically, oak trees.
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Lawrence Ferlinghetti poetic travelogue features vignettes of life in the Northwest but also deep reflections on the human condition.
In his new book Lives of Weeds, John Cardina highlights humans’ ongoing battle against that scourge of all scourges, weeds.
Hermann Hesse’s Trees: An Anthology of Writings and Paintings – posthumously published in 2022 – is a selection of journal entries, essays, poems and paintings. It is a testament to his love affair with nature, trees in particular. The book’s appeal lies in its beautiful descriptions and brevity. Primarily focused on anecdotes and observations without […]
Trains and planes of the future are likely to be much greener than the ones we can take today.
A few pioneering companies are harnessing the power of the wind to reduce the carbon footprints of their cargo shipping operations.
What are the most recent projections about sea level rise around the world as a result of climate change? Can we still turn back the tide?
Climate change is a known contributor to changes in the lifecycles & even biological processes of plants & it’s making our allergies worse!
Newer technology that has farmers and ranchers capturing methane from their livestock waste is better for the planet than not having it…
Gravity energy storage could replace batteries as a way to hold onto energy & dole it out as needed to supplement intermittent renewables.