There are 7 books in this catalogue.
Here on Earth: an Argument for Hope
Book Number: 63556
Text Publishing, 2010. 8vo. softcover. 316pp. index, colour illus. Very good.
Knocking on Heaven's Door.
Book Number: 33113
Melbourne: The Friends of the Earth, 1979. 8vo. softcover. 286pp. b/w illus. maps. very good. In 1974 the French military conducted their last atmospheric nuclear test. The Australian ketch La Flor, owned and skippered by the author, was the last protest yacht to sail into the testing area near Moru-roa atoll. It arrived too late for a critical confrontation. Out of touch with her supporters — and out of money — La Flor continued on her 15,000-mile odyssey, dropping anchor at dozens of islands between Pitcairn and Australia. Against the warp and woof of a sea-dog''s life the author presents a colourful embroidery of events and characters. Capsized. Grounded. A collision. Finally even arrest and imprisonment. The naval-gazings of a single-handed sailor. Encounters with kings and criminals, Prime Ministers and prostitutes, hermits, drug-runners, irate lovers, soldiers, sharks, storms.
Dead Mars Dying Earth
Brandenburg, John E. & Paxson, Monica Rix.
Book Number: 35699
Dorset Element 1999. Large 8vo softcover 306pp index, b/w illus. very good.
A Sense of Wonder
Washington, Haydn G.
Book Number: 45243
Ecosolution Consulting (Nullo Books), Rylstone, Australia, 2002 large 8vo. softcover. 112pp. index, b/w illus. very good. The author uses his experiences in Wollemi wilderness area to discuss the environmental crisis.
Environmental and Political Theory - Toward and Ecocentric Approach
Book Number: 39282
UCL London 1992 8vo. Softcover. Very good. 274pp. Eckersley is one of a new breed of young environmental theorists who has the rare gift of synthesising a vast range of ideas into a simple, powerful vision. This book provides the most detailed and comprehensive examination of the impact of environmentalism upon contemporary political thought.