On this page we have provided links to various writings, from scholarly articles to poetry, which we believe are thought-provoking and pertinent to the conversations taking place today regarding the protection of our natural resources for future generations.
How Species Save Our Lives
Loss of Species Large and Small Threatens Human Health, Study Finds
Herman E. Daly. Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable Development.
Beacon Press, Boston. 1996.
Alf Hornborg. The Power of the Machine: Global Inequalities of Economy,
Technology and Environment. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., New York.
From Walden to Wall Street: Frontiers of Conservation Finance. Edited by
James N. Levitt. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Washington, DC. 2005.
Peter A. Victor. Managing Without Growth: Slower by Design, Not Disaster.
Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., Northampton, MA. 2008.
E.F. Schumacher. Small is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered. Blond
& Briggs Ltd., London. 1973.
Howard R. Ernst. Chesapeake Bay Blues: Science, Politics, and the Struggle
to Save the Bay. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, Maryland.
Margaret J. Wheatley. Finding Our Way: Leadership for an Uncertain Time.
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., San Francisco. 2005.
Fritjof Capra. The Hidden Connections: Integrating the Biological,
Cognitive, and Social Dimensions of Life into a Science of Sustainability.
Doubleday, New York. 2002.
Is Organic Farming Good for Wildlife? It Depends on the Alternative
Animal Connection: New Hypothesis for Human Evolution and Human Nature
Global Mindshift, The Unforgettable Commencement Address by Paul Hawken to the Class of 2009, University of Portland, May 3, 2009
Rob Dunn, The Pigeon Paradox
William Cullen Bryant, To A Waterfowl
Mary Oliver, Wild Geese