Thinking: New and Noteworthy





UNBOWED A Memoir
BY WANGARI MAATHAI
(ALFRED A. KNOPF PUBLISHERS, $24.95)
The winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize reflects on her remarkable life, from her beginnings in a rural Kenyan village to spearheading the environmental movement across Africa.

THE END OF THE LINE
How Overfishing is Changing the World and What we Eat

BY CHARLES CLOVER
(THE NEW PRESS, $26.95)
Pescatarians, take heed! As the fishing industry continues to expand to meet our ever-growing hunger for seafood, fragile ocean ecosystems the world over are paying the price.

FIRESTORM
The Caretaker Trilogy: Book I

BY DAVID KLASS
(FARRAR, STRAUS, AND GIROUX, $17.00)
Jack Danielson lives the life of a normal teenage boy—until he discovers that he was actually born 1000 years in the future and has been sent back in time to save the natural world from irreversible destruction. The first novel to be endorsed by Greenpeace.

THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE MICROWAVED
Inside America’s Underground Food Movements

BY SANDOR ELLIX KATZ
(CHELSEA GREEN PUBLISHING, $20.00)
From seed saving to Dumpster diving, radical food movements are changing the way Americans think about the multi-billion-dollar food industry—and about food itself.

Issue 25



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