Silent Spring by Rachel Carson
Considered one of the landmark pieces of conservation literature, this book paved the way for the environmental movement of the 1970s. Rachel Carsonís research unveiled the pollution of ecosystems by looking at the effects of harmful chemicals on the land and animals.
Song of the Dodo by David Quammen
Ideas And Actions In The Green Movement by Brian Doherty
Learning From The Land by Brian Ellis
Alphabet Of The Trees: A guide to nature writing by Christian McCowen and Mark Staten
Green Means: Living gently on the planet by Aubrey Wallace
Green Means provides stories about every day people who are making a difference in protecting nature and developing more sustainable, eco-friendly practices. Each story emphasizes the role of individuals in making choices and taking action to protect the environment and improving the quality of life.