John Howe booklist

Astyk, S. (2008) “Depletion and Abundance, Life On the New Home Front.”

Bartlett, A. (2004) “The Essential Exponential, For the Future of Our Planet.”

Bligh, J. (2004) “The Fatal Inheritance.”

Brown, L. (2008) “Plan B 3.0, Mobilizing To Save Civilization.”

Brown, L.(2011) “World on Edge, How to Prevent Environmental and Economic Collapse.”

Bardi, U. (2011) “The Limits To Growth Revisited.”

Berry, W. (1977) “The Unsettling of America, Culture and Agriculture.”

Boughey, A. (1976) “Strategy for Survival, An Exploration of the Limits to Further Population and Industrial Growth.”

Baker, C. (2009) “Sacred Demise, Walking the Spiritual Path of Ind. Civilization’s Collapse.”

Campbell, C. (1997) “The Coming Oil Crisis.”

Campbell, C. (2003) “The Essence of Oil& Gas Depletion.”

Catton, W. (1982) “Overshoot, The Ecological Basis of Revolutionary Change.”

Carroll, J. (1997) “The Greening of Faith, God, the Environment, and the Good Life.”

Carr-Saunders, A. (1922) “The Population Problem, A Study in Human Evolution.”

Cipolla, C. (1978) “The Economic History of World Population.”

Cohen, J. (1995) “How Many People Can the Earth Support”?

Cobb, K. (2010) “Prelude, A Novel About Secrets, Treachery, and the Arrival of Peak Oil.”

Cooke, R. (2007) “Detensive Nation, Redefining the Role Government.”

Cribb, J. (2010) “The Coming Famine, the Global Food Crisis and What We Can Do.”

Czech, B. (2000) “Fuel for a Runaway Train, Errant Economists, Shameful Spenders, and a Plan To Stop Them All.”

Daly, H. (1996) “Beyond Growth.”

Deffeyes, K. (2001) “Hubbert’s Peak, The Impending World Oil Shortage.”

Deffeyes, K. (2005) “Beyond Oil, The View From Hubbert’s Peak.”

Deffeyes, K. (2010) “When Oil Peaked.”

Diamond, J. (2005) “Collapse, How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed.”

Dawkins, R. (2006) “The Selfish Gene, 30th Anniversary edition.”

Douthwaite, R. (1992) “The Growth Illusion, How Economic Growth has Enriched the Few, Impoverished the Many, and Endangered the Planet.”

Douthwaite, R. (2011) “Fleeing Vesuvius, Overcoming the Risks of Economic and Environmental Collapse.”

Erlich, P. (1971) “The Population Bomb.”

Fletcher, S. (2011) “Bottled Lightning, Super Batteries, Electric Cars, and the New Lithium Economy.”

Gelbspan, R. (2004) “Boiling Point.”

Grant, L. (2000) “Too Many People, The Case for Reversing Growth).

Grant, L.(2005) “The Collapsing Bubble, Growth and Fossil Energy.”

Greer, J. (2008) “The Long Descent.”

Greer, J. (2009) “The Ecotechnic Future, Envisioning a Post-Peak World.”

Grover, J. (1991) “Beyond Oil, the Threat to Food and Fuel.”

Hardin. G. (1993) “Living Within Limits, Ecology, Economics, and Population Taboos.”

Hardin, G (1998) “The Ostrich Factor, Our Population Myopia.”

Hartmann, T. (1998) “The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight.”

Heinberg, R. (2004) “Power Down, Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World.”

Heinberg, R. (2005) “The Party’s Over, Oil, War, and the Fate of Industrial Societies.”

Heinberg, R. (2007) “Peak Everything, Waking Up to the Century of Declines.”

Heinberg, R. (2006) “The Oil Depletion Protocol, a Plan to Avert Oil Wars, Terrorism, and Economic Collapse.”

Heinberg, R. (2010) “Post Carbon Reader, Managing the 21st Century’s Crisis.”

Heinberg, R. (2011) “The End of Growth, Adapting to Our New Economic Reality.”

Hopkins, R. (2008) “The Transition Handbook, From Oil Dependency to Local Resil.”)

Howe, J. (2006) “The End of Fossil Energy, and Last Chance for Survival.” (3rd Ed.)

Kunstler, J. (2005) “The Long Emergency, Surviving the Converging Catastrophes of the Twenty-First Century.”

Laslo, E. (2006) “Global Survival, the Challenges and its Implications for Thinking and Acting.”

Magdoff, F. (2010) “Agriculture and Food in Crisis, Conflict, Resistance, and Renewal.”

Malthus, T. (1798) “An Essay on the Principle of Population.”

Martinson, C. (2011) “The Crash Course, The Unsustainable Future of the Economy, Energy, and Environment.”

Mesarovic, M. (1974) “Mankind at the Turning Point, the Second Report to the Club of Rome.”

McKibbon, W. (1998) “Maybe One, a Personal and Environmental Argument for Single-Child Families.”

Meadows, D. (1972) “The Limits to Growth.”

Meadows, D. (2004) “Limits To Growth, The 30-Year Update.”

Orlov, D. (2008) “Reinventing Collapse, The Soviet Example and American Prospects.”

Pimentel, D. (1996) “Food, Energy, and Society.”

Pfeiffer, D. (2003) “The End of the Oil Age.”

Ponting, C. (1991) “ A Green History Of the World”

Roberts, P. (2009) “The End of Food.”

Roberts, P. (2004) “The End of Oil, On the Edge of a Perilous New World.”

Romm, J. (2004) “The Hype About Hydrogen.”

Rothkrug, P. (1991) “Mending The Earth, A World For Our Grandchildren.”

Ruppert, M. (2009) “Collapse, The Crisis of Energy and Money in a Post Peak Oil World.”

Seidel, P. (1998) “Invisible Walls, Why We Ignore the Damage We Inflict on the Planet.”

Simmons, M. (2005) “Twilight in the Desert, the Coming Saudi Oil Shock and the World Economy.”

Scheer, H. (1999) “The Solar Economy, Renewable Energy for a Sustainable Global Future.”

Smil, V (1999) “Energies, an Illustrated Guide to the Biosphere and Civilization.”

Smil, V. (2005) “Energy At The Crossroads.”

Stanton, W. (2003) “The Rapid Growth Of Human Populations.”

Tainter, J. (1988) “The Collapse of Complex Societies.”

Weeks, J. (2005) “Population, an Introduction to Concepts and Issues.”

Wilkinson, R.(1973) “Poverty and Progress.”

Wilson, E. (2002) “The Future of Life.”

Young, L. (1968) “Population in Perspective.”

Youngquist, W. (1997) “Geodestinies, the Inevitable Control of Earth Resources Over Nations and Individuals.”

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