Written In Water

Author: Irena Salina
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426206038
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These are all people who are thinking far beyond the realm of self; they are devoted to creating a better world for all of us.

National Geographic

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"My camera might be broken, but these people are ecological refugees." NG
BOOKS Filmmaker Irena Salina brings together the voices of Bill McKibben.
Sylvia Earle, and more in Written in Water: Messages of Hope for Earth's Most
Precious Resource ($26). It's in bookstores now. Next month look for Running
Dry, Jonathan Waterman's account of the Colorado River He chronicles his 2008
trip from source to sea in this book that is at once an adventure saga and a
cautionary tale ($26).

Popular Science Monthly

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editors note Saving the Ocean Planet We live on a water world, the only such
planet in the solar system. From time immemorial, we have been fed by the sea,
navigated it, feared its power, and marveled at the magically diverse life harbored
there. The sea covers two-thirds of Earth's surface but provides more than 99
percent of Earth's actual living space. ... I hope you enjoy this Ocean Planet issue
and that it helps give you new insights into our planet's most precious resource.

Congressional Record

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capital flows from rich to poor should grow to more than $20 billion by 1975. This
is a significant increase. But it is small in ... A key question of paramount interest
everywhere on earth is—“What will life be like for my children or grandchildren
ten, twenty, or thirty years from now?” That question cannot be answered without
first ... This is an awesome strain to place on the earth's resources and on man's
capacity to live at peace with his fellow man. The world cannot ignore this
worldwide ...

New Scientist

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Madly affected with a fever to produce more and more technologically advanced
foods at whatever cost to the Earth's resources, including people, mankind
crashes blindly on down suicide avenue. The end is not far off and if a halt is not
called, the Earth will die and die horribly. That, in a nutshell is Bellini's message
and even that is incomplete , for there is no mention of more recent terrors, such
as ozone holes and CFCs. I suppose there is a danger that the book is written too

The Garden Of God

Author: Pope Benedict XVI
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813225795
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This book gathers together the audiences, addresses, letters, and homilies of Benedict on a wide-ranging set of topics that deal with the world about us.


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Why Do We Have Day and Night? OUR SKY 1. What We See in the Sky 2. Our
Solar System 3. The Earth in Motion 4. Our Moon THE EARTH'S SURFACE 1.
The Land and Water We See 2. Rocks and How They Change 3. Soil for Plants 4.
How the Earth's Surface Changes THE ... practice, baby-skting is too often the
dismal result. WORTH The most valuable resource person in school is the library
media specialist, especially since federal aid has poured materials into school
libraries ...

Kansas Wildlife Parks

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America's wetlands are among our most valuable natural resources, providing
critical habitat for waterfowland literally hundreds of othermarshland species.
Unfortunately ... To combat these problems, she gives powerrings to five young
people: Kwame, from Africa, can move the earth; Wheeler, from North America,
has the power of fire; Linka, from Eastern Europe, has the power of wind; Gi, from
Asia, has the power of water; and Ma-Ti, from South America, has the power of

Parapsychology And Self Deception In Science

Author: Robert A. McConnell
Publisher: R A McConnell
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I quote: There has been little direct interaction among the agencies' sectorial
models. . . . Difficulties also arise from multiple allocation of resources. Most of the
quantitative projections simply assume that resource needs in the sector they
cover — needs for capital, energy, land, water, minerals — will be met. . . . Some
of the Study's resource projections implicitly assume that the goods and services
provided in the past by earth's land, air, and water will continue to be available in
larger ...

Environmental Studies Reviews

Publisher: Amer Library Assn
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For use by resource professionals and those interested in forest ecosystem
management, the book also will be a valuable reference for the general reader.
Strongly recommended for ... The reader ends up rooting for the underdogs and
feeling that there is hope. For conservation biologists ... These forests of the
colder regions of North America and Eurasia could be among the most heavily
affected areas by present and future alterations of the Earth's climate. In separate
sections of the ...