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Green Is The New Red by Will Potter

Title Green Is the New Red
Author Will Potter
Publisher City Lights Publishers
Release Date 2011-04-01
Category
Total Pages 256
ISBN 087286538X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An insider tells how environmentalists and animal rights activists have become "the number one domestic terrorism threat."

Green Is The New Red by Will Potter

Title Green Is the New Red
Author Will Potter
Publisher City Lights Publishers
Release Date 2011-04-12
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780872865525
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An insider tells how environmentalists and animal rights activists have become "the number one domestic terrorism threat."

Red Stop Green Go by P. D. Eastman

Title Red Stop Green Go
Author P. D. Eastman
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2004-05-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 14
ISBN 0375825037
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Tabs, wheels and flaps introduce colors with the help of running, roller skating, swimming, and car driving dogs. On board pages.

The Green And The Red by Armand Chauvel

Title The Green and the Red
Author Armand Chauvel
Publisher Ashland Creek Press
Release Date 2014-05-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 189
ISBN 9781618220325
Language English, Spanish, and French
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She’s a vegetarian. He’s a carnivore. Will it be a table for one? Meet Léa. She’s the idealistic owner and chef of La Dame Verte, a vegetarian restaurant struggling in a small French town in Brittany. Meet Mathieu. He’s the carnivorous marketing director of the town’s biggest pork producer, which is trying to put Léa out of business to take over the restaurant's prime real estate. When Léa and Mathieu first cross paths, it is under false pretenses—Mathieu is posing as a vegetarian, infiltrating the local animal rights community for information that will force Léa’s restaurant toward a swifter demise. And while Léa suspects that Mathieu isn’t all that he appears to be, she has no idea how deep his culinary deception goes. Neither of them can deny the attraction they feel for each other, and it seems as though they might be setting a table for two … until Léa learns the truth. Translated from the French (Le Vert et Le Rouge), The Green and the Red is at once a romantic comedy and a comedy of errors—two people from different worlds coming together in a small French town immersed in the culture of food.

Meatonomics by David Robinson Simon

Title Meatonomics
Author David Robinson Simon
Publisher Mango Media Inc.
Release Date 2013-09-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 289
ISBN 9781609258610
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this “provocative and persuasive work,” the health advocate reveals the dirty economics of meat—an industry that’s eating into your wallet (Publishers Weekly). Few Americans are aware of the economic system that supports our country’s supply of animal foods. Yet these forces affect us in a number of ways—none of them good. Though we only pay a few dollars per pound of meat at the grocery store, we pay far more in tax-fueled government subsidies—$38 billion more, to be exact. And subsidies are just one layer of meat’s hidden cost. But in Meatonomics, lawyer and sustainability advocate David Robinson Simon offers a path toward lasting solutions. Animal food producers maintain market dominance with artificially low prices, misleading PR, and an outsized influence over legislation. But counteracting these manipulations is easy—with the economic sanity of plant-based foods. In Meatonomics, Simon demonstrates: How government-funded marketing influences what we think of as healthy eating How much of our money is spent to prop up the meat industry How we can change our habits and our country for the better “Spectacularly important.” —John Robbins, author of The Food Revolution “[A] well-researched, passionately written book.” —Publishers Weekly

Red Yellow Green by Alejandro Saravia

Title Red Yellow Green
Author Alejandro Saravia
Publisher Biblioasis
Release Date 2017-09-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781771961424
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traumatized by his past as a Bolivian soldier who, in a sudden coup d'etat, was forced to participate in atrocities, Alfredo flees to Montreal, haunted by the dead. He rides the Montreal metro and pours his guilt and shame into his writing, until he falls for a woman without a nation—a Kurdish freedom-fighter trying to blast an independent Kurdistan into existence. As the net of intrigue closes in on his lover, Alfredo is forced to face more fully his own violent past. In a world where the intimate collides with the official and the past is made and remade again in a new country, Alejandro Saravia's novel in turn refuses to be bound by a single genre, style, or even language. Reminiscent of Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion in its exploration of the complicated relationship between nation, memory, and identity, Red, Yellow, Green considers what a place can mean to people who are out of place. At once heartbreaking and uplifting, bleak and humorous, Saravia offers a poignant reminder of the power of generosity and love.

The Red And The Green by Iris Murdoch

Title The Red and the Green
Author Iris Murdoch
Publisher G K Hall & Company
Release Date 2000-09-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 0783890850
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An Irish family becomes involved in events leading up to the Easter Rebellion.

From Red To Green by Paul Donovan

Title From Red to Green
Author Paul Donovan
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-01-11
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781136529139
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written by an economist and an investment professional, this book addresses the twin crises that the world is facing in the form of a simultaneous financial and environmental credit crunch. Financially, consumers are less able to consume now, and pay later. Environmentally, we may have already reached our credit limit and the bill for past financial and environmental consumption is falling due. Whether the financial credit crunch constrains consumers in a way that will be environmentally supportive, naturally slowing the consumption of finite resources, or hinders any effective resolution of the environmental credit crunch is of crucial importance. Policy responses to the financial crisis are likely to be constrained by the political need to support the economic status quo, and when combined with a global reduction in available investment capital there are serious challenges ahead if the economic and environmental damage of the environmental credit crunch is to be minimised. This book asks whether financial crunch-induced changes in consumer behaviour will be enough to avoid, or reduce, the environmental crunch many believe is just round the corner. Donovan and Hudson combine their respective economic and environmental perspectives to address this key question, reviewing this 'tale of two crunches' from the perspective of different economic sectors. The answer to the conundrum this book poses may lie in the only unlimited resource on the planet - human ingenuity.

From Red To Green by Rudolf Bahro

Title From Red to Green
Author Rudolf Bahro
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1984
Category Communism
Total Pages 238
ISBN UOM:39015008018098
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Red To Green by Laura A. Henry

Title Red to Green
Author Laura A. Henry
Publisher Cornell University Press
Release Date 2011-03-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 296
ISBN 9780801457500
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Environmental activism in contemporary Russia exemplifies both the promise and the challenge facing grassroots politics in the post-Soviet period. In the late Soviet period, Russia's environmental movement was one of the country's most dynamic and effective forms of social activism, and it appeared well positioned to influence the direction and practice of post-Soviet politics. At present, however, activists scattered across Russia face severe obstacles to promoting green issues that range from wildlife protection and nuclear safety to environmental education. Based on fifteen months of fieldwork in five regions of Russia, from the European west to Siberia and the Far East, Red to Green goes beyond familiar debates about the strength and weakness of civil society in Russia to identify the contradictory trends that determine the political influence of grassroots movements. In an organizational analysis of popular mobilization that addresses the continuing role of the Soviet legacy, the influence of transnational actors, and the relevance of social mobilization theory to the Russian case, Laura Henry details what grassroots organizations in Russia actually do, how they use the limited economic and political opportunities that are available to them, and when they are able to influence policy and political practice. Drawing on her in-depth interviews with activists, Henry illustrates how green organizations have pursued their goals by "recycling" Soviet-era norms, institutions, and networks and using them in combination with transnational ideas, resources, and partnerships. Ultimately, Henry shows that the limited variety of organizations that activists have constructed within post-Soviet Russia's green movement serve as a "fossil record" of the environmentalists' innovations, failures, and compromises. Her research suggests new ways to understand grassroots politics throughout the postcommunist region and in other postauthoritarian contexts.

Title What s Green Black and Red All Over
Author Brenda Purvis
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2021
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780557966660
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Red Green Blue by Alison Jay

Title Red Green Blue
Author Alison Jay
Publisher Dutton Childrens Books
Release Date 2010
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 0525423036
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Characters from nursery rhymes populate this tale, which highlights the colorful aspects of the familiar poems. Includes a key to the nursery rhymes referenced in the story.

Title Red Green s Beginner s Guide to Women
Author Red Green
Publisher Anchor Canada
Release Date 2014-10-14
Category Humor
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9780385677653
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Red Green is celebrated as one of the handiest men in North America. But as well as being a purveyor of inventive practical advice on, for example, making a jetpack from two propane tanks, a hybrid car from recycled golf carts and satellite dishes, and a kiddie ride from a bar stool attached to the agitator of a washing machine, Red Green is also noted for his insights into that most difficult of assembly jobs, human relationships. Now Red Green has devoted an entire book to sharing with other battle-weary and confused males all he has learned about the differences between the sexes.

Red China S Green Revolution by Joshua Eisenman

Title Red China s Green Revolution
Author Joshua Eisenman
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2018-04-24
Category History
Total Pages 436
ISBN 9780231546751
Language English, Spanish, and French
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China’s dismantling of the Mao-era rural commune system and return to individual household farming under Deng Xiaoping has been seen as a successful turn away from a misguided social experiment and a rejection of the disastrous policies that produced widespread famine. In this revisionist study, Joshua Eisenman marshals previously inaccessible data to overturn this narrative, showing that the commune modernized agriculture, increased productivity, and spurred an agricultural green revolution that laid the foundation for China’s future rapid growth. Red China’s Green Revolution tells the story of the commune’s origins, evolution, and downfall, demonstrating its role in China’s economic ascendance. After 1970, the commune emerged as a hybrid institution, including both collective and private elements, with a high degree of local control over economic decision but almost no say over political ones. It had an integrated agricultural research and extension system that promoted agricultural modernization and collectively owned local enterprises and small factories that spread rural industrialization. The commune transmitted Mao’s collectivist ideology and enforced collective isolation so it could overwork and underpay its households. Eisenman argues that the commune was eliminated not because it was unproductive, but because it was politically undesirable: it was the post-Mao leadership led by Deng Xiaoping—not rural residents—who chose to abandon the commune in order to consolidate their control over China. Based on detailed and systematic national, provincial, and county-level data, as well as interviews with agricultural experts and former commune members, Red China’s Green Revolution is a comprehensive historical and social scientific analysis that fundamentally challenges our understanding of recent Chinese economic history.

Title Blackberries Are Red When Green
Author Keith Frohreich
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-03-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 262
ISBN 179915243X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In less than a month in 1960 two murders traumatize the sleepy village of Adams Creek in Northcentral Indiana. Over the three years leading up to the murders, young Kurt Baumann's world had been rocked by the loss of his dad, his best friend, and his precious dog, leading him to doubt the existence of God. A year after losing his father, a retired Pullman Porter, and a founder of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Dutch Clemons, moved into a small shack across the river from the small Baumann farm. Change colored the air. Kurt now had a new friend, a father figure, and a self-educated historian, who disrupted and enlivened Kurt's segregated life with tales around the supper table, and while lolling the day away bass fishing down the riverbank. Sharing the farm with his mom and big brother, the family forged ahead on hard work, meager income, and the mother's faith. Blackberries Are Red When Green is a story about coming-of-age, the slow arc of racial change, and a place time has forgotten.

Comfortably Unaware by Richard A. Oppenlander

Title Comfortably Unaware
Author Richard A. Oppenlander
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 180
ISBN 0825306868
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Comfortably Unaware, Dr. Richard Oppenlander tackles the crucial issue of global depletion as it relates to food choice. We should all be committed, he tells us, to understanding the reality and consequences of our diet, the footprint it makes on our environment, and seek food products that are in the best interest of all living things. His forthright information and stark mental images are often disturbing-and that's how it should be. As the guardians of Planet Earth, we need to be shaken out of our complacency, to stop being comfortably unaware, and to understand the measures we must take to ensure the health and well-being of our planet-and of ourselves. Oppenlander

Title Development and the Environmental Crisis
Author Michael Redclift
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2010-11-26
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 168
ISBN 9781136880889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First published in 1984, Michael Redclift’s book makes the global environmental crisis a central concern of political economy and its structural causes a central concern of environmentalism. Michael Redclift argues that a close analysis of the environmental crisis in the South reveals the importance of the share of resources obtained by different social groups. The development strategies based on the experiences and interests of Western capitalist countries fail to recognise that environmental degradation in the South is a product of inequalities in both global and local economic relations and cannot be solved simply by applying solutions borrowed from environmentalism in the North. The key to understanding the South’s environmental problems lies in the recognition that structural processes – markets, technology, state intervention – are also a determining influence upon the way natural resources are used. Through his review of Europe’s Green Movement, contemporary breakthroughs in biotechnology and information systems and recent feminist discourse, Michael Redclift has enlarged the compass of the environmental debate and produced a book which should serve as a benchmark in future discussions of development and the environment. It will be of importance to students in a range of disciplines, within development studies, geography, ecology and the social sciences.

Red Light Green Lion by Candace Ryan

Title Red Light Green Lion
Author Candace Ryan
Publisher Kids Can Press Ltd
Release Date 2019-05-07
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781525303012
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A green lion. A red light. And one very unusual day. As a green lion waits for a green traffic light, some surprises appear, such as lightning, a lilac, library books and lima beans. Or rather, “li-ghtning,” “li-lac,” “li-brary books,” and “li-ma beans” because each spread ends with “Red light, green li-,” and the reader must turn the page to see the whole word — and what’s happened. Through it all, the lion calmly and helpfully deals with whatever shows up, and philosophically muses about the way life can be. “Some days are not like most days,” the lion explains. But as all children know: those days are usually the most fun!

Title Green Lizards Vs Red Rectangles
Author Steve Antony
Publisher Hodder Children's Books
Release Date 2016-09-08
Category Lizards
Total Pages 32
ISBN 1444920111
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A brave and thought-provoking picture book about war and peace, from the creator of the much-loved Mr Panda series. The green lizards and the red rectangles are at war. No one can remember why, but they fight and fight... Until one day, a little red rectangle decides to speak up. Can lizards and rectangles find a way to overcome their differences and live peacefully together? Accessible for even the youngest readers, this is the perfect book to start conversations about learning to get along with each other. Steve Antony is the winner of the Evening Standard Oscar's First Book Prize. He's been nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal and shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.

Title Red Revolution Green Revolution
Author Sigrid Schmalzer
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 2016-01-20
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780226330150
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Agricultural science and the socialist state -- Pu Zhelong: making socialist science work -- Yuan Longping: "intellectual peasant"--Peasants: "experience" and "backwardness" -- Seeing like a state agent -- The Lei Feng paradox -- Opportunity and failure