Environment, ecology and sustainable development materials for general readers, academics, professionals and policy makers. Topics range from acid rain, agriculture, food wars to sea management, natural capitalism, renewable energy.
Titles on creating an ecologically sustainable, socially just & democratic world: agriculture, anarchism, third world people, toxics, climate change, feminism, wilderness protection, challenging corporate rule, eco-forestry, labor rights & urban planning.
Professional and academic books in the humanities and human sciences with emphasis on the cultural life of a community. Anthropology, archaeology, cultural & environmental studies, history, religion, museum studies, race/ethnic studies, and sociology.
Academic and scholarly books, journals and series on social sciences with an emphasis on African & Asian studies, ancient Judaism, biblical studies, biology/geology, encyclopedias, Islam/Middle East, history and sociology.
Alaska, Pacific Northwest and California local interest books including children's picture books, BestPlaces, travel guides, cooking, gardening, regional history, photography and nature titles.
Earth science, environmental and applied geology, geochemistry, geomorphology, geophysics, mineralogy, paleontology, petrology/volcanology, sedimentology, tectonics books, textbooks and journals.
Official bookshop of the United Nations Environment Programme. Publications on biodiversity, environment, agriculture, economics, waste, water quality, food, poverty, globalization from major international organizations: UN, FAO, OECD & WHO.
|Clear Light Books|
Books on native american culture, New Mexico and Albuquerque local interest, Tibet, spirituality/philosophy, genealogy, cookbooks, gardening, sports/outdoors, ecology and the environment.
Nonfiction trade books on gardening, Native American culture, travel and outdoor activity guidebooks, essays of place, history, biography, the world of ideas, women of the West, natural history, the environment and Colorado local interest.
|New Society Publishers|
Books for fundamental social change through nonviolent action. Subject area ranges from activism, conflict education, sustainable living, natural building, community, to conscientious commerce, ecological design and more.