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Abram, David (1996) The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More Than Human World. New York: Random House
Adamson, Joni, Mei Mei Evans, & Rachel Sten, eds. (2002) The Environmental Justice Reader politics, poetics, and pedagogy. University of Arizona Press
Agamben, Giorgio (2004) The Open – Man and Animal. Stanford: Stanford University Press
Barry, Joyce. “Mountaineers Are Always Free?: An Examination of Mountaintop Removal Mining in West Virginia.” in “Women’s Studies Quarterly” special edition called “EarthWorks,” Summer 2001
Berleant, Arnold, ed. (2002) Environment and the Arts. Burlington: Ashgate
Brady, Emily. (2003) Aesthetics of the Natural Environment. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press
Brown, Charles and Toadvine, Ted, eds (2003) Eco-Phenomenology: Back to the Earth Itself. Albany, NY: SUNY Press
Brown, Lester; EcoCities
Bullard, Robert D. Dumping in “Dixie”: race, class, and environmental quality.
Bullard, Robert D. Confronting Environmental Racism: voices from the grassroots.
Carty, Linda, Ms Magazine, Spring 2007, “The Dirty Saga of Onondaga County” http://www.msmagazine.com/spring2007/thedirtysaga.asp
Casey, Edward S. (1993) Getting Back Into Place: Toward a Renewed Understanding of the Place-World. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press
Christopher Alexander, et al; A Pattern Language: towns, buildings, construction
Coats, Callum Living Energies: Exposition of Concepts Viktor Schauberger
Code, Lorraine. (2006 Ecological Thinking: The Politics of E;istemic Location. Oxford University Press
Colborn, Theo, Dimanoski, Dianne, and Myers, John Peterson; Our Stolen Future: Are we threatening our fertility, intelligence and survival? A scientific detective story
Dreiseitl, Ateleier; Waterscapes: Planning, building and designing with water
“Ecological Economics” special issue on feminism and ecology, published in 1997 (volume 20).
Egan, Dave and Abrams, Jesse, Editors: The Human Dimensions of Ecological Restoration
Evernden, Neil (1985) The Natural Alien. Toronto: University of Toronto Press
Foltz, Bruce and Frodeman, Robert, eds. (2004) Rethinking Nature: Essays in Environmental Philosophy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press
FotoFest Water 2004. Tenth international Biennial on Photography and Photo Related Art. Catalogue Fotofest, Houston TX 2004 www.fotofest.org
Goodall, Jane; Reasons for Hope and Harvest of Hope
Harvey, Graham (2006) Animism: Respecting the Living World. New York: Columbia University Press
Ingold, Tim. (2002) The Perception of the Environment – Essays in Dwelling, Livelihood and Skill. London: Routledge
Kemal, Salim and Gaskell, Ivan, eds. (1995) Landscape, Natural Beauty and the Arts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
LaDuke, Winona (1999) All Our Relations: Native Struggles for Land and Life. South End Press
Light, Andrew and Rolston III, Holmes, eds. (2003) Environmental Ethics. Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers
Marks, William; Voices of Water
Mazis, Glen. (2002) Earthbodies – Rediscovering our Planetary Senses. New York: SUNY Press
McKibben, Bill; Deep Economy (the wealth of communities and the durable future)
Merchant, Carolyn. (1980) The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology and the Scientific Revolution. San Francisco: Harper Collins
Milton, Kay (2002) Loving Nature: Toward an Ecology of Emotion. London: Routledge
Pollan, Michael; The Botony of Desire, The Omnivores Dilemna and In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
Pratt, Vernon, Howarth, Jane and Brady, Emily. (2000) Environment and Philosophy (Routledge introductions to environment series). London: Routledge
Roszak, Theodore, Gomes, Mary, and Kanner, Allen D. (1995) Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books
Schwenk, Theodor (1965) Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air. East Sussex: Rudolf Steiner Press
Schwenk, W. (ed.): The Hidden Qualities of Water.
Schwenk, W.: To People of the World. W.E. Marks (ed.): Water Voices from Around the World, p. 168-169. Edgartown, MA 2007.
Schwenk, W.: Water as an Open System. H. Dreiseitl et al. (eds.): Waterscapes - planning, building and designing with water, p. 106-107. Basel & Boston 2001
Schwenk, W.: The Mobility of Water as an Aspect of Quality and its Visualization by Means of the Drop Picture Method. Kozisek F. (ed.): Living Water 95, p. 85-95 & 21-27. Prague 1995.
Schwenk, T. & W. Schwenk: Water, the Element of Life. Hudson NY 1990.
Shiva, Vandana: Water Wars. South End Press, 2002.
Smith, Mick. An Ethics of Place: radical ecology, postmodernity and social theory. (2001) Albany: State University of New York Press
Wilkens, A., J. Jacobi & W. Schwenk: Understanding Water (2nd edition 2005) with out 300 photos and drawings.
Zimmerman, Michael, ed. (2005 edition) Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall (a classic on Environmental Ethics)