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The Golden Door: International Migration, Mexico, and the United States. By Paul Ehrlich. The 2,000-mile United States-Mexican border is the only place in the world where a wealthy, heavily industrialized stable country is confronted directly by a struggling, preindustrial nation. United States prosperity relies on a stable population, and Mexico, with her burgeoning population, increasing poverty, and massive unemployment, is threatening the traditional U.S. lifestyle. Stereotyped thinking, based on racism or fear, will not solve these problems. The Golden Door explores this difficult situation. More… | Paul Ehrlich EcoSpeakers Info >>

       The Golden Door: International Migration, Mexico, and the United States

Lives Per Gallon: The True Cost of Our Oil Addiction. By Terry Tamminen. A hard look at the health, environmental, and national security costs hidden in every barrel of oil. While the petroleum industry is raking in huge profits, it is studiously avoiding measures that would lessen the hazards of its products. Using the successful lawsuits by state governments against big tobacco as a model, the author sets forth a bold strategy to hold oil and auto companies accountable and force industry reform. He also offers a blueprint for developing alternative energy sources based on California's real world experiences. As Kindle | More… | Terry Tamminen EcoSpeakers Info >>
       Lives Per Gallon: The True Cost of Our Oil Addiction

The Perpetual Consequences of Fear and Violence: Rethinking the Future. By Chris Maser. Arguing that current conflicts in the war on terrorism are doing tremendous damage to future generations, this timely analysis draws on the work of non-violent leaders like Gandhi to provide alternatives to responding to increased levels of fear and anxiety with violence. Seizing on the surprising example of Northwest salmon as a paradigm, contemporary clashes like the "War on Terror" are dissected with an eye toward the "political ecosystems" they endanger. Also included is a meditation on what citizens can do. More… | Chris Maser EcoSpeakers Info >>

       The Perpetual Consequences of Fear and Violence: Rethinking the Future

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The Cold and the Dark: The World After Nuclear War. By Paul Ehrlich. Describes and explains the aftermath of nuclear war, including the “nuclear winter” caused by dust and debris thrown into the atmosphere. Presents supporting statistics, graphs, and other data. It is an essential research tool for anyone studying the effects of nuclear war. More… | Paul Ehrlich EcoSpeakers Info >>

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Biodiesel America: How to Achieve Energy Security, Free America from Middle-East Oil Dependence And Make Money Growing Fuel. By Josh Tickell. Provides a fresh perspective on our oil-laden history (why America is more dependent on oil than any other nation), our present position of energy compromise, and the true potential for a fossil-fuel-free future. Shows that an abundance of available, economically viable, and profitable energy solutions exists. More… | Josh Tickell EcoSpeakers Info >>

The Once and Future Superpower: How to Restore America's Economic, Energy, and Environmental Security. By Joe Romm. A look at how the United States can realign its priorities in the wake of the collapse of communism. Argues that the U.S. should maximize domestic, high-paying jobs while minimizing energy use and pollution. More… | Joe Romm EcoSpeakers Info >>

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Defining National Security: The Nonmilitary Aspects. By Joe Romm.

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