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Suggested Books 

Call Number Author Title
304.28 Diamond Diamond, Jared M. Collapse: How societies choose to fail or succeed.
304.28 McKibben McKibben, Bill. The end of nature.
332.024 Balish Balish, Chris. How to live well without owning a car: Save money, breathe easier, and get more mileage out of life.
332.72 McDaniel McDaniel, Carl M. Wisdom for a livable planet.
333.79 Woodside Woodside, Christine. Homeowners guide to energy independence: Alternative power sources for the average American.
New 333.956 Danson Danson, Ted Oceana : our endangered oceans and what we can do to save them
363.7 Green Green living: The E Magazine handbook for living lightly on the earth.
363.7 Speth Speth, James Gustave. Red sky at morning: America and the crisis of the global environment.
363.72 Jeffery Green living for dummies
New 363.738 Hertsgaard Hertsgaard, Mark Hot : living through the next fifty years on earth
363.738 Kolbert Kolbert, Elizabeth. Field notes from a catastrophe: Man, nature, and climate change.
363.7387 Gore Gore, Albert. An inconvenient truth: The planetary emergency of global warming and what we can do about it.
363.7387 Henson Henson, Robert. The rough guide to climate change.
363.7387 McKibben McKibben, Bill. Fight global warming now: The handbook for taking action in your community.
363.7387 Romm Romm, Joseph J. Hell and high water: Global warming - the solution and the politics - and what we should do.
363.7387 Steinman Steinman, David. Safe trip to Eden: 10 steps to save planet Earth from the global warming meltdown.
363.7387 Walker Walker, Gabrielle. The hot topic: What we can do about global warming.
508.98 Matthiessen Matthiessen, Peter. End of the earth: Voyages to Antarctica.
551.6 Flannery Flannery, Tim F. The weather makers: How man is changing the climate and what it means for life on Earth.
551.6 Linden Linden, Eugene. The winds of change: Climate, weather, and the destruction of civilizations.
551.6 Lynas Lynas, Mark. Six degrees: Our future on a hotter planet.
551.6 Pearce Pearce, Fred. With speed and violence: Why scientists fear tipping points in climate change.
577 Stutz Stutz, Bruce. Chasing spring: An American journey through a changing season.
615.902 Bond 2005 Berthold-Bond, Annie. Home enlightenment: Practical, earth-friendly advice for creating a nurturing, healthy, and toxin-free home and lifestyle.
621.042 Alley Alley, Richard B. Earth : the operators' manual
640 Bach Bach, David. Go green, live rich: 50 simple ways to save the earth and get rich trying.
640.73 Clark Clark, Duncan. The rough guide to shopping with a conscience.
641.0973 Kingsolver Kingsolver, Barbara. Animal, vegetable, miracle: A year of food life.
642.4 Seo Seo, Danny. Simply green parties: Simple and resourceful ideas for throwing the perfect celebration, event, or get-together.
644 Stoyke Stoyke, Godo The Carbon Buster's home energy handbook: Slowing climate change and saving money.
648.5 Sandbeck Sandbeck, Ellen. Organic housekeeping: In which the Nontoxic Avenger shows you how to improve your health and that of your family while you save time, money, and, perhaps your sanity.
690.24 Johnston Johnston, David. Green remodeling: Changing the world one room at a time.
690.87 Chiras Chiras, Daniel D. The new ecological home: The complete guide to green building options.
691 Freed   Green building & remodeling for dummies
691 Green Green building products: The GreenSpec guide to residential building materials.
728.37 Salomon Salomon, Shay. Little house on a small planet: Simple homes, cozy retreats, and energy efficient possibilities.
745 Seo Seo, Danny. Simply green giving: Create beautiful gift wrapping, tags, and handmade treasures from everyday materials.
910.4 Ehrlich Ehrlich, Gretel. The future of ice: A journey into cold.


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Databases

Minuteman Library Network databases can be used from the library computers or from home with your library card. For articles on climate change, search the following databases:

General Reference Center - articles from popular magazines.
Expanded Academic ASAP - articles from magazines and scholarly journals.
NewsBank - newspaper articles from The New York Times (2000-current), The Boston Globe (1980-current), and The Boston Herald (1991-current).

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Magazines 

Framingham Public Library's periodicals collection is a good place to look for information and ideas on a wide range of subjects. See the Periodicals Page for the full list of library magazines and newspapers. 
Discover
Mother Earth News
Mother Jones
National Geographic
Natural Home
Popular Science
Scientific American
Sky & Telescope

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Videos & DVDs 

An Inconvenient Truth. DVD 363.738 Inconvenient.
What's Up with the Weather? VIDEO 363.7387 What's.

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Suggested Websites

Global Warming: Early Warning Signs
www.climatehotmap.org

Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NASA
www.giss.nasa.gov

An Inconvenient Truth
www.climatecrisis.net

New American Dream  
www.newdream.org

The Pew Center on Global Climate Change
www.pewclimate.org

StopGlobalWarming.org
www.stopglobalwarming.org

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Climate Change
www.epa.gov/climatechange

Union of Concerned Scientists: Global Warming
www.ucsusa.org/global_warming

United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
www.ipcc.ch

World Wildlife Fund
www.worldwildlife.org

Yahoo! News->Climate Change
http://news.yahoo.com/fc/World/Climate_Change

Websites change! Please email us if you have difficulty with a site on this list. We'll try to identify and correct the problem.


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