SOURCES



Brazilian Rainforest


“Amazon Destruction: Why is the rainforest being destroyed in Brazil?”  http://rainforests.mongabay.com/amazon/amazon_destruction.html ( March 4,2008)


“Asbury Park, NJ, Faces Protest in Plan to Redo Boardwalk with Tropical wood.” The Star-Ledger, January 16, 2001.


Assies, Willem. Going Nuts for the Rainforest: Non-Timber Forest Products, Forest Conservation and Sustainability in Amazonia. Amsterdam: Thela, 1997.


Bierregaard, Richard O. Jr., Claude Gascon, Thomas E. Lovejoy, and Rita C. G. Mesquita. Lessons From Amazonia. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.


Bunyard, Peter. “A Stake Through the Heart of the World.” The Ecologist, July/August 2005, 30-35.


Carneiro, Robert L. “Indians of the Amazonian Forest.” In Denton and Padoch, People of the Tropical Rain Forest, 73-86.


Caufield, Catherine. In the Rainforest: Report from a Strange, Beautiful, Imperiled World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.


Clay, Jason W. “Indigenous Peoples: The Miner’s Canary for the twentieth Century.” In Head and Heinzman, Lessons of the Rainforest, 106-17.


Conrad, Joseph. The Heart of Darkness. In Three Tales by Joseph Conrad,  with a general introduction by Albert J. Guerard.  New York: Dell, 1960, 69.


DeCurtis, A., and H. Ritts. “Sting.” Rolling Stone, February 7, 1991, 42.


Denton, Julie Sloan, and Christine Padoch, eds. People of the Tropical Rain Forest. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1988.


-----. “The Tropical Rain-Forest Setting.” In Denton and Padoch, People of the Tropical Rain Forest, 29, 32-34.


Dwyer, Augusta. Into the Amazon: The Struggle for the Rain Forest. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1990.


Eden, Michael J. Ecology and Land Management in Amazonia. New York: Belhaven, 1990.


“For US company, tribe partnership is bottom line.” Christian Science Monitor 89 (November 11, 1997): 8.


Foroohar, Rana. “The New Green Game.” Newsweek, August 27, 2001, 62.


Forest Stewardship Council. United States. http:/www.fscus.org.


Forsyth, Adrian. “Salts of the Earth: Nutrient Cycles in Tropical Forests,” 68-73.  Portraits of the Rainforest. Ontario: Camden House, 1990.


Head, Suzanne, and Robert Heinzman, eds. Lessons of the Rainforest. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1990.


Hecht, Susanna, and Alexander Cockburn. The Fate of the Forests: Developers, Destroyers and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Harper Collins, 1990.


Hennigan, Tom.  “Rancher jailed for ordering murder of rainforest nun.” The New York Times, May 17, 2007 @ www.nytimes.com


Lamb, Christina.  “Sting’s Amazon tribe in peril as miners return.” The New York Times, October 14, 2007 @ www.nytimes.com


Laurance, William F., Mark A. Cochrane, Scott Bergen, Philip M. Fearnside, Patricia Delamonica, Christopher Barber, Sammya D’Angelo and Tito Fernandes. “The Future of the Brazilian Amazon.” Science Magazine, February 1, 2001, 438.


Lewis, Scott, with the Natural Resources Defense Council. The Rainforest Book: How You Can Save the World’s Rainforests. Los Angeles: Living Planet, 1990.


McCuen, Gary E. Ecocide and Genocide in the Vanishing Forest: The Rainforests and Native People. Hudson, WI: GEM, 1993.


Meggers, Betty J. “The Prehistory of Amazonia.” In Denton and Padoch, People of the Tropical Rain Forest, 54.


Moore Lappé, Frances, and Rachel Schnerman. “Taking Population seriously: Power and Fertility.” In Head and Heinzman, Lessons of the Rainforest, 131-44.


Morton, David “Looking at Lula.” E Magazine, September/October 2005, 14-16.


Perry, Donald R. “Tropical Biology: A Science on the Sidelines.” In Head and Heinzman, Lessons of the Rainforest, 25-36.


Putz, Francis E., and N. Michelle Holbrook. “Tropical Rain-Forest Images.” In Denton and Padoch, People of the Tropical Rain Forest, 45.


“Rainforest  Facts.”  www.rain-tree.com/facts.htm (March4, 2008)


Reiss, Bob. The Road to Extrema. New York: Summit, 1992.


Revkin, Andrew. The Burning Season: The Murder of Chico Mendes and the Fight for the Amazon Rain Forest. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1990.


-----. “Remembering Chico Mendes.” E Magazine, March/April 2005, 23-25.


Rich, Bruce. “Multilateral Development Banks and Tropical Deforestation.” In Head and Heinzman, Lessons of the Rainforest, 118-30.


Rohter, Larry. “Relentless Foe of the Amazon Jungle: Soybeans.” The New York Times, September 17, 2003, A3.


-----. “Deep in the Amazon, Vast Questions About the Climate.” The New York Times, November 4, 2003, F1.


-----. “Loggers, Scorning the Law, Ravage the Amazon Jungle.” The New York Times, October 16, 2005, 6.


“Satellite surveillance curbs illegal logging–Brazilian minister.” Greenwire, November 12, 2003. http://www.eenews.net/Greenwire/Backissues.


Schmink, Marianne. “Big Business in the Amazon.” In Denton and Padoch, People of the Tropical Rain Forest, 168-172.


Smith, Tony. “Rain Forest Is Losing Ground Faster in Amazon, Photos Show.” The New York Times, June 28, 2003, A2.


“Dorothy Stang.” Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Stang.


Taylor, Kenneth Iain. “Why Supernatural Eels Matter.” In Head and Heinzman, Lessons of the Rainforest, 184-195.


Weart, Spencer R. The Discovery of Global Warming. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003.


Several websites provide current statistics on the tropical rain forests, including the Rainforest Alliance: http:/www.rainforest-alliance.org; and the Rainforest Action Network:  http:/www.ran.org.


THIS BORROWED EARTH

table of contentsContents.html