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Paul Erlich, The Population Explosion, Touchstone, 1991

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David Gershon, Low Carbon Diet: A 30 Day Program to Lose 5000 Pounds–Be Part of the Global Warming Solution!, Empowerment Institute, 2006

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Chellis Glendinning, Off the Map: An Expedition Deep into Imperialism, the Global Economy and Other Earthly Whereabouts, 1999

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Al Gore, Earth in the balance : ecology and the human spirit Plume, 1993

Robert Gottlieb, Reinventing Los Angeles: Nature and Community in the Global City, MIT Press, 2007

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Roger S. Gottlieb, A Greener Faith: Religious Environmentalism and our Planet’s Future, Oxford Univesity Press, 2006

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