Nature and Environmental Policy

A World of Old and New Water Issues: Volume 2, Number 2 of New Water Policy and Practice - Edited by Jeff Camkin and Susana Neto Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace Welcome to the fourth issue of New Water Policy and Practice Journal: A Platform for the World’s Emerging Water Leaders and Thinkers. One of our main aims at New Water Policy and Practice Journal is to support emerging water leaders and…Read more A World of Old and New Water Issues: Volume 2, Number 2 of New Water Policy and Practice
Alchemy: Ancient and Modern: Meaning, Theory and Lies of Alchemists Across the Ages - by H. Stanley Redgrove Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace According to the author, alchemy was the belief that “all the metals (and, indeed, all forms of matter) are one in origin, and are produced by an evolutionary process. The Soul of them all is one and the same; it is only the Soul…Read more Alchemy: Ancient and Modern: Meaning, Theory and Lies of Alchemists Across the Ages
Disaster Response: Medical and Health Policies - by Arnauld Nicogossian, Edited by Bonnie Stabile Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace Disaster Response offers research and insights from medical professionals and policy scholars to help improve interventions and reduce suffering when disasters occur, whether they result from natural or human made threats.
Earthworms, Horses, and Living Things: William DuPuy’s Our Animal Friends and Foes - Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace William Atherton DuPuy was a well-known naturalist who wrote anecdotally and personally about nature in Animal Friends And Foes, Insect Friends And Foes, The Nation’s Forests, and Plant Friends And Foes.  In another vein he authored Green Kingdom, his account of the life of a forest ranger, and…Read more Earthworms, Horses, and Living Things: William DuPuy’s Our Animal Friends and Foes
Eben Holding’s Last Day A-Fishing - by Irving Bacheller Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace In addition to being a writer, Addison Irving Bacheller (1859-1950) founded the Bacheller Syndicate, the first newspaper syndicate in the United States established in 1885 to provide unique content to fill additional space of Sunday papers. It was often with writing by well-known authors like Rudyard…Read more Eben Holding’s Last Day A-Fishing
Feeding the Global South: Food in Asian and African Societies - Edited by Keokam Kraisoraphong Purchase through Amazon   |  Purchase on CreateSpace  |  Open Access The second issue of World Food Policy (WFP) Journal continues to bring together research-based papers by invited authors. Diverse in topic and geographical coverage, the papers offer insightful food policy analysis from the approach of the contributors’ area of expertise. Examining…Read more Feeding the Global South: Food in Asian and African Societies
Illustrated Sketches of Death Valley: and Other Borax Deserts of the Pacific Coast - by John R. Spears Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace John R. Spears was born in 1850 in Van Wert, Ohio. Though an inveterate traveler, particularly out west, he ended up residing in Little Falls, New York. He wrote a great deal, particularly for the New York Sun, and his books include The Port…Read more Illustrated Sketches of Death Valley: and Other Borax Deserts of the Pacific Coast
John Rowe - by John C. Phillips with a new preface by Robert E, Rich Jr. John Rowe’s observations on fishing near Boston in the eighteenth century appeared in a rare limited edition of only 150 copies more than eighty years ago. Besides his Boston area fishing, Rowe went on excursions to the Monument River, which is now the Cape…Read more John Rowe
No Bird Lacks Feathers: William Atherton Dupuy’s Our Bird Friends and Foes - Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase on CreateSpace William Atherton Dupuy managed to combine a career in public service, playing a role in the Department of the Interior, with the writing of a number of books distinguished by the care he gave to selecting artists and orchestrating an unusually close connection between the illustrations and text.…Read more No Bird Lacks Feathers: William Atherton Dupuy’s Our Bird Friends and Foes
Planning Resilience for High-Impact Threats to Critical Infrastructure - by Charles L. Manto and Stephanie Lokmer Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace The InfraGard National Electromagnetic Pulse Special Interest Group (EMP SIG) was formed in July 2011 for the purpose of sharing information about catastrophic threats to our nation’s critical infrastructure. Those threats include extreme space weather, manmade EMP, cyber attacks, coordinated physical…Read more Planning Resilience for High-Impact Threats to Critical Infrastructure
Productive Bee-Keeping Modern Methods of Production and Marketing of Honey: Lippincott’s Farm Manuals - by Frank C. Pellett Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace Lippincott’s developed a series of manuals regarding agricultural production, including this volume on beekeeping. Among other things, it offers a historical look at apiculture, the practice of human harvesting of products from honey bee colonies, as well as its marketing methodology. Beekeeping has quite…Read more Productive Bee-Keeping Modern Methods of Production and Marketing of Honey: Lippincott’s Farm Manuals
The Discovery of the Five Great Lakes - by Sara Stafford Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace The Great Lakes consist of Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, and are the world’s greatest concentration, more than 20 percent, of fresh water. In geologic terms they are only about ten thousand years old, formed during the last ice age. Appreciating their history has…Read more The Discovery of the Five Great Lakes
Triple Threat Power Grid Exercise: High Impact Threats Workshop and Tabletop Exercises Examining Extreme Space Weather, EMP and Cyber Attacks - by Charles Manto, Dr. George Baker III, Terry Donat MD, David Hunt, William Kaewert, Mary Lasky, Cedrick Leighton, Dana C. Reynolds, Robert Rutledge Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace About this Workshop and Tabletop Exercise Package: This InfraGard National Electromagnetic Pulse Special Interest Group (EMP SIG) exercise package facilitates discussions, planning and preparation for…Read more Triple Threat Power Grid Exercise: High Impact Threats Workshop and Tabletop Exercises Examining Extreme Space Weather, EMP and Cyber Attacks
World Food Policy - Edited by Keokam Kraisoraphong Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase on CreateSpace   The first issue of World Food Policy (WFP) is one of the three issues for which we have invited the authors of the papers to shed light on current and emerging global, regional and national policy agenda for food. The papers in this…Read more World Food Policy
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