"Gross Deceptive Product: An ecological perspective on the economy" from author Russell England is a discussion of the unsustainability of continuous economic growth. To measure economic success in gross terms (gross domestic product) is deceptive because it says nothing about the net benefits or costs of growth, either in monetary terms or in terms of impacts on ecosystems that sustain all life.
Get ready to be wowed by the vibrant colors, textures, and details in the "Escape to Paradise" art collection by Mariam Kamal
Itinerary to include daily visits to local farms, vineyards, hillside towns and small trades artisans
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Follow the journey of Betsy and Bud Knapp, publishing industry experts who set out to build a home in the Colorado Rockies. Readers, along with the couple, discover that it's possible to simultaneously pursue the dream of building a beautiful home while valuing land stewardship, architectural traditions, conservation and sustainable farming practices.
Museum of Illusions will now schedule monthly remodels and touch-ups for the exhibits housed within the facility.
Podcasting's leading research company to explore keys to growth of the medium
In this new age of technology and media, it's almost impossible to grow a business or church without the knowledge of creative online and televised platforms. Joseph Collins, CEO of Punch TV Studios, realized that churches would benefit from the knowledge of social media and television in order to get their message out to the masses.
Recent release "Wesley's Adventures: The Watchdog Stories" from Covenant Books author Dale M. Walsh relates several exciting adventures their dog Wesley encounters in his self-appointed role as family watchdog. Wesley is the star in these stories.
Recent release "Wesley's Adventures: Mystery Stories" from Covenant Books author Dale M. Walsh is a beautifully written three-part journey that delves into uncovering puzzles and learning lessons along the way.
Recent release "Wesley's Adventures: 'Who Runs Faster?' Stories" from Covenant Books author Dale M. Walsh is another masterpiece that follows Wesley, the author's dog, through adventures that, in this book, test his ability to run fast.
Recent release "Delaney's Find" from Covenant Books author Barbara Simms is a compelling introduction to the Delaney Series, starring the private detective Austin Delaney, who gets a call from his brother, Beau, to investigate the case of a runaway boy.
Recent release "Ezekiel the Deaf Therapy Dog: Ezekiel Helps Clean the House" from Covenant Books authors Mary and Tom Lyons is a heartwarming and hilarious real-life story about Ezekiel, a loveable white boxer who was born deaf, as told in photographs and simple prose from the dog's point of view as he scurries about the house trying to help Mommy with the Saturday chores.
Michelle M. Pillow, a Romance and Cozy Mystery Author, Was Recognized by Romance Writers of America (RWA) for Hitting the Milestone of Publishing Over 100 Romance Novels Over the Course of Her Nearly 15-Year Career
This is the latest in a string of Marvel Studios movies for Exceptional Minds Studio, the only visual effects and animation studio staffed entirely by professional artists on the autism spectrum.
"Gettysburg and Leadership: Principles for Today's Leaders from the Most Terrible Battle Fought in America" from James P. Osterhaus is an analysis of one of the most defining wars in American history as shaped by legendary personages, in an attempt to wring out the timeless lessons, strategies, tactics, and philosophies that won the war and continue to be guiding principles for modern-day leaders.
Recent release "Lost by the Lake" from Covenant Books author Mark Eitel is an intimate novel about twenty-one-year-old Kendra Hillashaw and her life-changing decision to break away from her close-knit Christian family, attempting to live as an adult without boundaries or inhibitions—only for her to come face to face with the vulnerability and chaos lurking under the surface of her bravado.
"Can a Burger Change a Man?" from Michael Beattie is a memoir of a man on a mission, detailing the adventure that begins after the author triumphs over severe medical battles, a triumph that he consummates with a promise to God—and thus begins the solo epic as Beattie, at age sixty-seven, rides his bike unassisted around the United States to raise awareness for the veteran hunger problem.
"Revelation: Hiding in Plain Sight" from Timothy E. Enders is a fascinating discussion that lays bare keys for unlocking the puzzles of the last and most elusive book in the Holy Bible, a discussion that claims no higher credit to itself, only that Scripture reveals Scripture, and that the plan for salvation and the future as offered to John is accessible to the reader—if one knows where to look
Recent release "Sawboy" from author Will Morgan is an engaging story starring Sawyer, a fourteen-year-old boy who loses his mother at eleven and rebels from under the tyranny of his alcoholic father, living a hardscrabble existence in Arkansas with his siblings until one day, "Saw" decides to change his destiny for the better, and sets off for the west full of dreams of a new life in New Mexico.
Social Impact Film Company Brings "The Letters" to Select Theaters on the Anniversary of Mother Teresa's Canonization -- September 4, 2018
Many leading VPNs including PureVPN have seen a massive surge in traffic and sales. While the VPN provider attributes the majority of increase to FIFA and the global football fan following, it has also reported a significant rise in queries related to the European Copyright Directive.
The Gala Event called "World Peace through Compassion"
Tyler Barnett Exhibits his Post-Meditative Enso Paintings at bG Gallery in Santa Monica, California in Hopes of Inspiring a Small Miracle