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Milk and Honey
by Tamar Novick
by James Gustave Speth
Introduction by Julia Olson and Philip Gregory
by Per Espen Stoknes
Foreword by Paul Hawken
by Matthew Gandy
by Alain Bécoulet
Translated by Erik Butler
Foreword by Dennis G. Whyte
Resigned Activism, revised edition
by Anna Lora-Wainwright
by James Lovelock
To Know the World
by Mitchell Thomashow
by Henrik Selin and Noelle E. Selin
Deep Time Reckoning
by Vincent Ialenti
Foreword by Marcia Bjornerud