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American Environmental Leaders
" The 2018 edition is an essential purchase for public, university, and high school libraries with its updated details regarding the most current environmental concerns, significant legislation, technological advances, the pace of global warming, and extreme weather events and the direction toward environmental justice. " – CHOICE
A comprehensive and diverse collection of biographies of the most important figures in American environmentalism, this resource provides extensive coverage of 399 environmental men and women from the past 200 years, including scientists, advocates, businessmen, musicians, politicians, actors, and more. Illustrations, photos, an historical timeline, primary documents (such as articles, speeches, and legislation), an annotated bibliography, and a general index are also included.

The timeline marks important firsts in areas vital to the environment and its protection, such as accomplishments of various social movements, significant legislation, technological advances, and extreme climate-change-induced weather events as well.

This important resource will prove useful to the reference collections of public libraries, university libraries, and environmental studies departments along with high school libraries.
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Pub. Date: May 2018 | ISBN:978-1-68217-731-0 | $255 | More Information
Environmental Resource Handbook
"Those immersed in environmental work of any kind will find the activity of reading entries on resources a way to both identify new links with kindred groups and to assess work that needs to be done." – ARBA
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The 2019/2020 edition of  The Environmental Resource Handbook  offers a unique combination of more than 6,300 environmental resources and listings, as well as 350 tables, maps, and charts, of environmental statistics and rankings—all revised with the most current information available. 

Hailed as a "must-have resource" for environmentalists, educators, researchers, and students of environmental studies, this tenth edition is comprehensive and thoughtfully arranged for easy and efficient use. Over 200 brand-new listings—all with email addresses, websites, and key contacts—have been added meaning, more ways than the last edition for users to reach exactly who they need.
Pub. Date: September 2019 | ISBN: 978-1-64265-268-0 | $155 | More Information
US Land & Natural Resources Policy
"Working professionals as well as students and scholars will find this resource organized in a logical user-friendly fashion and full of relevant information." – Against the Grain
This new edition brings the topic farther into the twenty-first century, taking note of natural resources policies during the final years of the Obama administration and those enacted or proposed by the Trump administration. Some of the Primary Documents from the second edition have been deleted and replaced with new documents that reflect current realities—and the number of Primary Documents has been expanded.

This edition continues to provide extensive state and national data with ranking tables and hundreds of colorful maps, detailed listings for the Department of the Interior and related industry resources, Chronology, List of Public Acts & Laws, and Glossary. This expanded material helps to provide not only an historical look back, but also an informative call to action, whatever side of the land policy debate you sit on.
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Pub. Date August 2018 | ISBN: 978-1-68217-729-7 | $165 | More Information
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Opinions Throughout History: The Environment
"VERDICT: A solid addition for those seeking a deep dive into the environment." – School Library Journal
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This volume follows shifting public opinion on the environment. Historian at-large Micah Issitt traces the path of how Americans think about the environment, with each chapter providing insightful commentary on a selected primary source. Drawing from the popular press, key court and legislative battles, scientific research, social activism and opinion polls,  Opinions Throughout History: The Environment  offers readers mixed sources of information woven together to highlight the overall momentum of developing public opinion around “green” thinking and environmental policy. As commercial and conservation forces compete to shape popular opinion on this, issue readers will see the constant tension between development of natural resources for human benefit and “leaving no trace” thinking in the natural world.
Pub. Date February 2018 | ISBN: 978-1-68217-953-6 | $195 | More Information
The Environmental Debate
"The breadth of coverage is impressive and The Environmental Debate provides a useful overview of environmental thought and action in the United States." – ARBA
This unique collection of 185 Primary Documents, 17 of them new, examines the evolution of concern about environmental degradation, pollution, climate change, and resource conservation in America, from the Colonial period, to the present day, and looking forward towards the future. Most importantly, it addresses those topics that are causing the most controversy-global warming, clean power, and the U.S. withdrawal in 2017 from the Paris Accords on climate change.

The Environmental Debate  offers unequaled coverage of one of the most debated topics in American history. This updated third edition, with its broad array of perspectives, will be a welcome resource for students wishing to explore controversial environmental issues from as many different angles as possible.
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Pub. Date: September 2017 | ISBN: 978-1-68217-550-7 | $165 | More Information
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