My first book, The Day After Tomorrow: Images Of Our Earth In Crisis is a collection of gorgeous abstract images of environmental nightmares interspersed with essays by prominent authors, scientists, and environmentalists. It is first and foremost an art book, the pictures compelling in the manner of painters like O'Keeffe, Giacometti, and Caspar David Friedrich. But it's also a book about the power that the consumer has to shape the world through the purchase decisions she makes.
James Hansen, Nasa Climate Scientist
Activist explains how frustration with lack of governmental action on climate change compelled him to action.
Allen Hershkowitz, NRDC Senior Scientist
Life is God's Masterpiece is a personal essay about man's destructive tendency, and the value of preserving all life.
Jack Hitt, Author, Harper's Magazine, New York Times Magazine
At Two With Nature is a hilarious reminiscence about a childhood brush with nature.
Roger D. Hodge, author, former senior editor of Harper's Magazine
Perishing Beauty is about the heartbreak of watching children realize the consequences of the devastation of the world that they will inherit.
Frances Mayes, Author, Under The Tuscan Sun
Resolution is about the ubiquitous waste we create with water bottles, and the ability to change.
John Rockwell, author, former senior editor of New York Times Arts And Leisure
Can Art Change Society? differentiates between the quality of art and its impact.
Tensie Whelan, President of The Rainforest Alliance
A New American Dream is a reflection on how our new realities of finite resources demand a different worldview from that of our forebears.