Are you an SEJ member who's authored, co-authored or edited a non-fiction or fiction environmental book (published in 2014 or 2015) you'd like included on this page? Documentaries are also welcome. Please send the following to web content manager Cindy MacDonald :
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Advertise your 2014 or 2015 environmental book in the book-review pages of our quarterly newsletter SEJournal.  For only $48 for four issues, keep your book title in front of the membership and subscribers for one full year. Complete the online form  and follow the instructions for payment. SEJ members only.
"How to Raise Poultry"
By Christine Heinrichs
On beyond chickens! Ducks, geese, turkeys, guineafowl and other birds have been domesticated and raised over the years. This book gives detailed history and breed information for the beginner, the experienced poultry keeper and those for whom poultry dances in their dreams. Over 200 color pictures. Revised and updated from the 2009 edition. Voyageur Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-0760345672. More information. 
"Island on Fire: The Extraordinary Story of a Forgotten Volcano that Changed the World"
By Alexandra Witze (SEJ member) and Jeff Kanipe
"Island on Fire" tells the story of one of history’s greatest untold natural disasters: the 1783 eruption of the Icelandic volcano Laki. Spewing out sun-blocking ash and then a poisonous fog for eight long months, the eruption’s effects lingered across the world for years. It killed people from Iceland to France to Egypt, and it may have even helped trigger the French Revolution. Science writers Alexandra Witze and Jeff Kanipe explore the consequences of this little-known eruption, which underscored how a single volcano on a remote North Atlantic island can change the course of history. Laki has become a touchstone for understanding the relationship among volcanoes, climate change, and the fragility of human societies. Pegasus Books, 2015. ISBN: 978-1-60598-674-6. More information. 
"Rachel Carson and Her Sisters: Extraordinary Women Who Have Shaped America’s Environment"
By Robert K. Musil
Robert K. Musil’s Rachel Carson and Her Sisters redefines the achievements and legacy of the environmental pioneer and scientist Rachel Carson, linking her work to a wide network of American women activists and writers, and introducing her to a new, contemporary audience. Widely known for her 1962 best-seller, Silent Spring, Carson is today often perceived as a solitary “great woman,” whose work single-handedly launched a modern environmental movement. Rachel Carson was the first American to combine two longstanding, but separate strands of American environmentalism – the love of nature and a concern for human health. But as Musil demonstrates, Carson’s life drew upon and was supported by already existing movements, many led by women, in conservation and public health. Rutgers University Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-0-8135-4411-3. More information. 
"A River Runs Again: India's Natural World in Crisis, from the Barren Cliffs of Rajasthan to the Farmlands of Karnataka"
By Meera Subramanian
In this lyrical and intimate tapestry of five stories dealing with life, loss and survival in modern-day India, Meera Subramanian travels in search of the ordinary people and micro-enterprises rescuing India's natural world from crisis. An engineer-turned-farmer brings organic food to Indian plates. Villagers revive a dead river. Well-intentioned cook stove designers persist on a quest for a smokeless fire. Biologists bring vultures back from the brink of extinction. And in Bihar, one of India’s most impoverished states, a bold young woman teaches young adolescents the fundamentals of sexual health and, in the process, unleashes their untapped potential. In these true stories, Subramanian discovers both cautionary tales and renewed hope for a sustainable and prosperous future for India. PublicAffairs, 2015. ISBN: 978-1610395304. More information. 
"Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle’s Topography"
By David B. Williams
Since settlers first arrived in Seattle, the city's citizens have altered the landscape with an unrivaled zeal. We have regraded hills, reengineered tideflats and replumbed lakes to provide better locations for business and easier ways to move through the challenging topography. And we are still at it, though now we also understand that earthquakes and rising sea levels have the potential to change us as much as we have changed the land. In "Too High and Too Steep," David B. Williams uses his deep knowledge of Seattle, scientific background and extensive research and interviews to illuminate the physical challenges and sometimes startling hubris of these large-scale transformations. Along the way, he also takes you out in the field, bringing this startling history to life. University of Washington Press, September 2015. ISBN: 978-0295995045. More information. 
"Under Water: A Strong Current Trilogy Book 1"
By Greg Olmsted
In "Under Water," Liko escapes from his mother's trailer park in Las Vegas, scuba dives with his uncle in Hawaii and learns about his Hawaiian heritage. Liko’s uncle, Keahi, investigates an explosion and fire at a playground. "Under Ground" introduces Keahi’s workmates and exposes corruption in the Hawaii Department of Water, Wind and Sun. Gasoline continues to escape from an abandoned UST and Keahi investigates, hoping to prevent further casualties. "Under Threat" describes the dramatic effect of a catastrophic oil spill when a super tanker breaks its back off the coast of Waikiki after colliding with a longliner fishing boat. Dirty Business Publishing LLC, available Fall 2015. ISBN: 2015905323. More information.