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Unformatted text preview: Geo 103 Class Bibliography (through Week 8) Blackle. 2010. About. Heap Media. Blackle. 2010. Tips. Heap Media. Costanta, Robert, et al. 1997. The Value of the World’s Ecosystem Services and Natural Capital. Nature, 387: 253-260. Cook, Christopher D. 2004. Diet For a Dead Planet: How the Food Industry is Killing Us. New York: The New Press. Diamond, Jared. 2008. What’s Your Consumption Factor? New York Times, 2 January. Groopman, Jerome. 2010. The Plastic Panic: How Worried Should We Be About Everyday Chemicals? The New Yorker, May 31. Grubb, Adam. 2011. Peak Oil Primer. Energy Bulletin. Harper, Charles L. 2001. Environment and Society: Human Perspectives on Environmental Issues. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Heinberg, Richard. 2005. The Party’s Over: Oil, War, and the Fate of Industrial Societies. B.C. Canada: Society Publishers. Kolbert, Elizabeth. 2008. The Island In the Wind. The New Yorker, 7 & 14 July, pp.68-77. Maniates, Michael. 2001. Individualization: Plant a Tree, Buy a Bike, Save the World? Global Environmental Politics 1 (3), pp.31-52. New York Times. 2008. The Gas Tax. New York Times Editorials, 27 December, p.A24. Ouroussoff, Nicolai. 2010. In Arabian Desert, A Sustainable City Rises. New York Times, September 25. Pollan, Michael, et al. 2010. Invasion Of the Superweeds. New York Times, 6 May. Pollan, Michael. 2008. Farmer In Chief. New York Times Magazine, 12 October. Price, Jennifer. 2006. Thirteen Ways of Seeing Nature in L.A. The Believer Magazine, April/May. Prudham, Scott. 2007. Poisoning The Well: Neoliberalism and the Contamination of Municipal Water in Walkerton, Ontario. pp.163-176 in Neoliberal Environments: False Promises and Unnatural Consequences, Nik Heynen et al., eds. New York: Routledge. Reece, Erik. 2005. Death Of a Mountain: Radical Strip Mining and the Leveling of Appalachia. Harpers, April, pp.41-60. Roberts, Paul. 2004. Over a Barrel. Mother Jones, November/December, pp.65-69. Schlosser, Eric. 2001. Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal. Boston: Houghton Miflin. Tucker, Richard. 2002. Environmentally Damaging Consumption: The Impact of American Markets on Tropical Ecosystems in the Twentieth Century. pp.177-195 in Thomas Princen, Michael Maniates, and Ken Conca, (eds), Confronting Consumption. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Vandermeer, John and Ivette Perfecto. 1999. Slicing Up the Rainforest On Your Breakfast Cereal. pp.84-89 in Douglas H. Boucher (ed.), The Paradox of Plenty: Hunger in a Bountiful World. Oakland: Food First. Walsh, Bryan. 2009. Getting Real About the High Price of Cheap Food. Time, 21 August. Wockner, Gary. 2005. Solar Power, Lakota Empowerment. World Watch Magazine, 18 (4), pp.12-17. Wilson, E. O. 2007. Problems Without Borders. Vanity Fair, May, pp.164-166. Wright, Steve E. 2011. The Not-So-Green Mountains. New York Times, September 28. "Environment." Chesapeake Energy. Green Frac, n.d. Web. 22 Oct 2011. <;. "Fracking Spill In Pennsylvania Prompts Chesapeake Energy To Suspend Gas Drilling Across State." Huffington Post 4/21/11. n. pag. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. <>. Goldberg, Delen. "U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: New York's hydrofracking regulations need significant expanding." Post Standard12/30/2011. n. pag. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. < _ag.html>. Kusnetz, Nicholas . "Critics Find Gaps in State Laws to Disclose Hydrofracking Chemicals." Pro Publica. 6/20/11: n. page. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. <>. "Letter to President Obama on importance of Hydraulic Fracturing." New Mexico Oil and Gas Association. NMOGA, 9/20/11. Web. 22 Oct 2011. <>. Hamilton, Colby. "DiNapoli wants gas companies to pay for hydrofracking contamination fund." Empire 8/9/11. n. pag. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. <>. "Channel 9 Nightly News." Channel 9 News. ABC: Syracuse, 10/23/11. Television. 23 Oct 2011. ...
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