Analyzes climate change from a criminological perspective, examining four state-corporate crimes: continued extraction of fossil fuels and rising carbon emissions; political omission related to the mitigation of emissions; socially organized denial; and climate crimes of empire. The final chapter reviews policies to achieve climate justice.281 pp.
The only guidebook that includes all aspects of Death Valley National Park covers the park's cultural history, botany and zoology, hiking and biking opportunities, and more.471 pp.
A veteran snow scientist explains in clear, simple terms how and why snow works the way it does and gives a new appreciation for the science behind snow's beauty.192 pp.
This family's enthusiastic, joyful, and often hilarious tales offer the impetus and the tools to encourage new parents—or more experienced parents, or anyone who loves kids —to go play outside.206 pp.
A handy, easy-to-use guide to the abundant edible plant life of Alaska uses photographs and descriptions to teach how to recognize which plants are safe to eat. Organized by seasons, the book also features an appendix identifying poisonous plants.241 pp.