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Environmental Science

Resources in the interdisciplinary fields of Environmental Science and Sustainability.


Does the Built Environment Influence Physical Activity? Examining the Evidence
A report by the Committee on Health, Physical Activity, Transportation and Land Use (click title to read online)
Also in Campbell Collection (2nd fl.) RA566.7.D646 2005

Deffeyes, Kenneth S. When Oil Peaked
Drexel Library Book shelves (1st fl.) TN871.D395 2010

Jeffs, Eric J. Green Energy: Sustainable Electricity Supply with Low Environmental Impact
Drexel Library Book shelves (1st fl.) TK3001.J44 2010

Krupp, Fred. Earth, the Sequel: The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming
Drexel Library Book shelves (1st fl.) TJ163.4.U6K78 2008

Marshall, Alex. How Cities Work: Suburbs, Sprawl and the Road Not Taken
Cities and suburbs are largely shaped by the choices made in building their transportation networks.
Drexel Library Book shelves (2nd fl.) HT166.M259 2000

MacKay, David JC. Sustainable Energy: Without the Hot Air
Click to access book online.

Pimentel, David, ed. Food, Energy and Society
Drexel Library Book shelves (2nd fl.) HD9000.6.P55 1996

Roberts, Paul. The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World
Drexel Library Book shelves (2nd fl.) HD9650.6 .R63 2004

Tertzakian, Peter. The End of Energy Obesity: Breaking Today's Energy Addiction for a Prosperous and Secure Tomorrow
Drexel Library Book shelves (2nd fl.) HD9502.A2 T472 2009