In this book written for a young audience (ages 11 and up), Kurlansky brings the world fisheries issue up to date by incorporating the most recent themes in the sustainability of global fisheries. Climate change, overfishing, politics, and many other topics contributing to fisheries collapse are presented in an easy to understand and highly illustrated manner.
Environmental Book Club
The Delaware Nature Society and Sierra Club of Delaware have partnered for this environmental book club. The books that we read are selected by our book club participants. Books on any environmental topic will be considered, from water, land or air issues to energy, wildlife, land use, transportation, and environmental justice. The number of exciting books on the environment is practically endless.
More Environmental Books
Environmental Justice and Pollution
- Plastic: A Toxic Love Story by Susan Freinkel (2011)
- Sacrifice Zones: The Front Lines of Toxic Chemical Exposure in the United States by Steve Lerner (2010)
- An Entirely Synthetic Fish: How Rainbow Trout Beguiled America and Overran the World by Anders Halverson (2011)
- The Empty Ocean by Richard Ellis (2004)
- The End of the Line: How Overfishing is Changing the World and What We Eat by Charles Clover (2008)
- The Unnatural History of the Sea by Callum Roberts (2009)
- Tuna: A Love Story by Richard Ellis (2008)
- The End of Food by Paul Roberts (2009)
- When the Rivers Run Dry: The Defining Crisis of the Twenty-first Century by Fred Pearce (2007)
- Consuming Power: A Social History of American Energies by David Nye (1999)
- The End of Energy Obesity: Breaking Today's Energy Addiction for a Prosperous and Secure Tomorrow by Peter Tertzakian (2009)