Brown Bag, Green Book podcast

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The Brown Bag, Green Book program ran from 2009 through 2012 and focused on books about environmental sustainability.

Dr. John Nolt introduces the themes of his book A Land Imperiled: The Declining Health of the Southern Appalachian Bioregion.
Dr. Jim McIntyre discusses Last child in the woods: saving our children from nature-deficit disorder by Richard Louv.
Dawn Coppock and Pat Hudson delve through the issue of mountaintop removal coal mining and the book Something's rising: Appalachians fighting mountaintop removal.
Dr. William D. Shiell appraises Cheap: the high cost of discount culture by Ellen Ruppel Shell.
John W. Craig discusses Growing greener cities: urban sustainability in the twenty-first century, edited by Eugenie L. Birch and Susan M. Wachter.
Elizabeth Eason discusses Cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things by William McDonough and Michael Braungart.
Chris Woodhull discusses The green-collar economy: how one solution can fix our two biggest problems by Van Jones.
Ben Epperson discusses Animal, vegetable, miracle by Barbara Kingsolver.


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