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167 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Apresentação : ecologia e sustentabilidade
  • Ecologia em três tempos / Leda Miranda Hühne
  • Ecologia e política / Carlos Minc
  • Ética, ecologia e sociedade : ética da solidariedade / Olinto Pegoraro
  • Desenvolvimento sustentável e educação ambiental : concepções e práticas / Thereza Martins de Oliveira
  • Sustentabilidade ambiental, silvestre, rural e urbano / Gilberto Kobler Corrêa
  • Meio ambiente humano e racismo ambiental / Ana Maria Felippe
  • Ecologia e exclução social : um estudo da Rocinha / Aline Leal
  • Ontem como hoje / Ney Land
  • Cosmoecologia / Ronaldo Rogério de Freitas Mourão
  • Água, e desafio do milênio : por que a gestão das águas? / Paula Benevides
  • Amazônia : ecologia, política e identidade / Raymundo Heraldo Maués
  • Poemas / Leda Miranda Hühne / Carta da floresta (em reverência ao mito) / Léa Madureira.
Green Library
175 p. : ill ; 20 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xv, 207 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Deliberate life : a search for balance
  • Picking blackberries : nature and technology
  • In plain sight : vision and revision
  • Fathers watching sons : windows and mirrors
  • Saunter : reason and instinct
  • The gay cardinal : love and instinct
  • Cabin fever : alone and lonely
  • In the time of the cicada : patience and passion
  • Mushrooms : love and sex
  • Lake glass : childhood and parenthood
  • A box of wind : nature and religion
  • Trimming trees : self-reliance and self-destruction - -Constructing truth : wood and word
  • Falling apart : death and birth
  • Coyotes at the mall : predators and prey
  • The art of dying : art and activism
  • Cougars in the corn : facts and truths
  • A familial darkness : desperation and deliberation
  • Travelling at night : seers and seekers
  • Slow pilgrim : walking and praying.
"A modern Walden--if Thoreau had had three kids and a minivan--Cabin Fever is a serious yet irreverent take on living in a cabin in the woods while also living within our high-tech, materialist culture"-- provided by publisher.
Green Library
xii, 255 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
"Burnt out after years of doing development and conservation work around the world, William Powers spent a season in a 12-foot by 12-foot cabin off the grid in North Carolina. Could he live a similarly minimalist way in the belly of the go-go beast - New York City? To find out, Powers and his wife jettisoned 80 percent of their stuff, left their 2,000-square-foot Queens townhouse, and moved into a 350-square-foot micro apartment in Greenwich Village. Downshifting to a 20-hour work week, Powers explores the viability of Slow Food and Slow Money, technology fasts and urban sanctuaries, rooftop gardening and beekeeping, and Glassphemy! recycling. Discovering a colorful cast of New Yorkers attempting to resist the culture of Total Work, Powers offers practical inspiration to anyone trying to make urban life more people- and planet-friendly"-- Provided by publisher.
"Memoir of a lifestyle of voluntary simplicity in New York City, exploring micro-apartments, rooftop gardens, and the slow food movement, and seeking an alternative to overwork and consumerism, by an environmental writer, professor, and fellow of the World Policy Institute"--Provided by publisher"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library

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