If you've ever dreamed about quitting your job and leaving it all behind for an adventure -- and especially if that adventure was based on food -- then these food memoirs are the perfect armchair escapes.
Christian Parenti's "Tropic of Chaos"
You've probably heard the ominous assertion that climate change will become a major driver of conflict around the world, especially in already volatile regions. It's why our military takes climate change seriously
Author of Hot: Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth Talks Climate Action
Plumbing our archives, I couldn't believe that TreeHugger hasn't reviewed Mark Hertsgaard's fine book Hot: Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth. We'll have to change
This month, BookHugger presents Let Them Eat Shrimp by Kennedy Warne. Readers can order a discounted copy.Watch live streaming video from treehuggerlive at livestream.com
Vital Mangroves On The Edge Of
For a while I have been thinking of getting a Kindle. It saves trees and eliminates the impact of transportation and with Amazon's recycling scheme in place as well as the fairly long lifespan of the Kindle, the problem of e-waste seems less worrying
In the debate on which is better, printed or digital, for textbooks, a new survey could have students reaching for those 30-pound tomes. Campusbooks.com compared prices for 1,000 textbooks across 12 textbook rental
For most of us, easy access to books and libraries is something we take for granted. For the homeless though, it can be difficult to gain access to reading material in a library, much less signing up for a library card to take
The Way of Natural History, edited by Thomas Lowe Fleischner and published by Trinity University Press (Texas), recently came across my desk for review. The premise of the compilation is to bring together "scientists, nature writers, poets, and Zen
In one of those jinx coincidences, while Mat was writing "I'm a confirmed bibliophile and happily admit that digital books and e-readers have zero appeal to me--in large part because I already spend too much time