Books written by David Owen

The Hidden Perspective

Haus Pub | March 27, 2014 | 271 pages
Within weeks of taking office in December 1905, British Prime Minister Henry Campbell-Bannerman and Foreign Secretary Edward Grey agreed to allow the General Staff of the Army to secretly enter detailed talks with their French counterparts about sending a British expeditionary force to France in... More Info

The Conundrum

Riverhead Books | February 7, 2012 | 261 pages
The author of Green Metropolis outlines a practical contrarian manifesto on modern environmental issues that challenges perceptions that current practices will be sufficient, revealing startling facts and ways to apply initially counter-intuitive but ultimately beneficial methods for securing a... More Info

Green Metropolis

Riverhead Books (Hardcover) | September 17, 2009 | 357 pages
Poses a challenging and controversial analysis of today's environment and its future prospects, arguing that residents of urban areas consume and waste less than other Americans because of their smaller living spaces and use of public transportation, in a report that explains that more regions need... More Info