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Volker  Angres, Claus-Peter  Hutter - Nature Falling Silent

Volker Angres, Claus-Peter Hutter

Nature Falling Silent

The uncanny disappearance of insects, birds, plants –
and how we can put a stop to it

It is becoming silent and lonely all around us as we humans destroy the very basis of our existence: over 80 percent of our insects has disappeared, thousands of square kilometres...

Date of publication
October 2018

  • Nature
 
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Clemens G.  Arvay - Biophilia in the City

Clemens G. Arvay

Biophilia in the City

How to bring the healing power of nature into our cities

Nature is the best medicine for such afflictions of civilisation as stress and depression. Our immune system is vitalised if we go into the woods. But how can we have the benefit...

Date of publication
May 2018

  • Nature
 
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Volker  Arzt - Mates and Accomplices

Volker Arzt

Mates and Accomplices

How nature backs partnership

Is fair partnership more than just a vision?

"Homo homini lupus" – according to the famous saying by Thomas Hobbes, human beings are wolves as far as other humans are...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Nature
 
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Frauke  Bagusche - The Blue Miracle

Frauke Bagusche

The Blue Miracle

Why the sea sparkles, fish sing and our relationship with the sea is so special –

Amazing glimpses of a mysterious world

There are amazing things going on under water: at night the sea mysteriously sparkles, the tiniest of organisms (plankton) have the greatest power, and the fish are by no means...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Nature
 
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Carl-A.  Fechner - Power to Change

Carl-A. Fechner

Power to Change

The energy revolution is possible

This book by the famous documentary filmmaker Carl-A. Fechner shows one thing: The turnaround in energy supply is possible – everywhere on our planet.

Using his film...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Nature
 
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Matthias  Glaubrecht - The End of Evolution

Matthias Glaubrecht

The End of Evolution

The human race and the extinction of the species

Everyone is finally talking about climate change. But as alarming as it has become, it is only a sideshow in the face of the apocalyptic horsemen who are currently sweeping the...

Date of publication
December 2019

  • Nature
 
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Christina  Grätz, Manuela  Kupfer - The Fabulous World of Ants

Christina Grätz, Manuela Kupfer

The Fabulous World of Ants

Tales of an ant resettler

Their biomass weighs more than that of the entirety of the mammal population in the world, and yet they are on the Red List. Ants in Germany are hugely threatened, but there are...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Nature
 
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Christiane  Habermalz - Incitement to Horticultural Disobedience

Christiane Habermalz

Incitement to Horticultural Disobedience

Confessions of a guerrilla gardener: Give insects a home!

Planting shrubs in public parks at night, secretly planting greenery on bare roadside, subtly subverting the petunia culture: guerrilla gardener Christiane Habermalz is busy in...

Date of publication
April 2020

  • Nature
 
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Ruth  Häckh - One for All

Ruth Häckh

One for All

My life as a shepherdess

If you have 400 sheep to look after you must never lose track of the herd: Ruth Häckh, third-generation sheepherder, knows what she is talking about. She spends the whole year...

Date of publication
November 2018

  • Nature
 
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Jan  Haft - The Meadow

Jan Haft

The Meadow

The lure of an unknown world

Grasses brushing your legs, brightly coloured flowers, humming insects: this is what a meadow in summer feels like. In this book Jan Haft takes us on an excursion of discovery to...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Nature
 
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Kathrin  Hartmann - Die grüne Lüge

Kathrin Hartmann

Die grüne Lüge

Weltrettung als profitables Geschäftsmodell

Date of publication
February 2018

  • Nature
 
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Robert  Hofrichter - Under the Spell of the Ocean

Robert Hofrichter

Under the Spell of the Ocean

Expeditions to the wondrous world of the deep

1,337,323,000 cubic kilometres: that is roughly the total amount of water contained in the oceans of this world – gigantic bath tubs that hold not only artists and poets in their...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Nature
 
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Katharina  Jakob - Why Whales Know Foreign Languages

Katharina Jakob

Why Whales Know Foreign Languages

and other amazing facts about the hidden skills of animals

Orcas that learn the language of dolphins, or squirrels that can describe approaching human beings down to the colour of their T-shirts by whistling: animals think, plan and...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Nature
 
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Manuel  Larbig - Walking In the Woods

Manuel Larbig

Walking In the Woods

About longing for the wilderness and nights spent under the open sky

Manuel Larbig has always had a yearn to get out into nature. But now he wanted a break from daily life and spend more than just one night outdoors. So, with his dog Rocko and...

Date of publication
April 2020

  • Nature
 
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Peter  Laufmann - Soil

Peter Laufmann

Soil

The universe beneath our feet

Peter Laufmann takes readers down into the depths. Only a few centimetres from the soles of our shoes is the beginning of a cosmos that is as alien to us as a sealed capsule, with...

Date of publication
March 2020

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  • Nature
 
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Birgit  Lutz - We're Going Whale Hunting Today

Birgit Lutz

We're Going Whale Hunting Today

How the Greenlanders took me with them into their world

Greenland. The biggest island in the world. Not far from the North Pole, surrounded by the mightiest icebergs in the northern hemisphere. Home of the Inuit. An unspoilt arctic...

Date of publication
October 2017

  • Nature
 
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Michael  Martin - About Deserts

Michael Martin

About Deserts

How sand gets into the desert and why the dunes sing – Discovering a fascinating world

Endless expanses, unique beauty, an unspoiled natural world – for 40 years adventurer and photographer Michael Martin has been exploring the earth's deserts and keeps discovering...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Nature
 
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Randolf  Menzel, Matthias  Eckoldt - The Intelligence of Bees

Randolf Menzel, Matthias Eckoldt

The Intelligence of Bees

How they think, plan, feel, and what we can learn from them

We love bees because of the sweet honey they make. But more significantly, they are among the most important and intelligent of the useful animals on earth. Without them...

Date of publication
March 2016

  • Nature
 
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Frank  Nischk - The Fabulous World of Nasty Creatures

Frank Nischk

The Fabulous World of Nasty Creatures

About caring cockroaches, diving dragonflies and boxing crabs – Love at second sight

What does a cricket have in common with a string instrument? Are there really beetles that can dim their light organs? And how come that a certain kind of grasshopper sometimes...

Date of publication
March 2020

  • Hotlist
  • Nature
 
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Michael  Quetting - Papa Goose

Michael Quetting

Papa Goose

Seven greylag geese and the discovery of a fascinating world

The task Michael Quetting has as part of a research project is to train greylag geese to follow him and his ultralight plane. The first step, however, is in a manner of speaking...

Date of publication
March 2017

  • Nature
 
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