Earth Day Reads

Happy Earth Day. Celebrate the mud on your shoes; you’ll soon have more sunshine that you can use.

Some of us were around 40 years ago at the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970.  The plan was to save the earth.  A lot of people haven’t quit trying.  Here are a few titles you may enjoy reading and viewing:

Scott Sanders.  A conservationist manifesto.  Ebook: off campus access with ID number and unified password.  2009.

Thomas Friedman.  Hot, flat, and crowded: why we need a green revolution – and how it can renew America.  2008.  GE197 .F76 2008.

Brent Haglund.  Hands-on environmentalism.  2005.  GE195.7 .H34 2005.

Daniel Goleman.  Ecological intelligence : how knowing the hidden impacts of what we buy can change everything.  2009.  HC79.E5 G635 2009.

Earth: the biography. Produced by the BBC.  2 DVDs.  QB631.2 .E27 2008.

Life after people.  Produced by David de Vries.  DVD.  QH78 .L54 2008.

Find much more to read and watch in LOIS, the library catalog.

Sun, clouds, rain


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