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  1. Small is Stupid: Blowing the Whistle on the Greens by Wilfred Beckerman

    Small is Stupid: Blowing the Whistle on the Greens by Wilfred Beckerman

    $9.30

    Sets out to expose the falsity of the argument that sustainable development is threatened by the exhaustion of so-called "finite resources". This book aims to show that economic growth is a necessary condition for the solution of environmental problems, particularly in the Third World. Learn More
  2. The Hot Topic: How to Tackle Global Warming and Still Keep the Lights on by David King

    The Hot Topic: How to Tackle Global Warming and Still Keep the Lights on by David King

    $9.30

    Tells how the climate is already changing and what the future is likely to bring. This book covers technological solutions - clean ways to live, travel and keep the lights on. It also covers political solutions - the inside track on what it will take to bring the whole world to the same negotiating table. Learn More
  3. Poison on Tap by Frances Craig

    Poison on Tap by Frances Craig

    $9.30

    This report on the state of Britain's drinking water illustrates the abuse of our lakes and rivers by describing dying rivers, beaches coated in raw sewage and sea water unable to sustain aquatic life. But perhaps the most disturbing of all is the level of undesirable substances found in the water. Learn More
  4. Innocent Passage: Wreck of the Tanker "Braer" by Jonathan Wills

    Innocent Passage: Wreck of the Tanker "Braer" by Jonathan Wills

    $9.30

    On the morning of 5 January 1993, Shetland islanders watched in horror as the Liberian-registered tanker Braer, containing 84,500 tonnes of crude oil, crashed and spilled its cargo on the island's coastline. This is a first-hand account of that disaster. Learn More
  5. The Atlas of Climate Change: Mapping the World's Greatest Challenge by Professor Kirstin Dow

    The Atlas of Climate Change: Mapping the World's Greatest Challenge by Professor Kirstin Dow

    $9.30

    This atlas examines the possible impact of climate change on our ability to feed the world's people, avoid water shortages, conserve biodiversity, improve health, and preserve cities and cultural treasures. It also reviews historical contributions to greenhouse gas levels, and more. Learn More
  6. Eco Chic: How to be Ethical and Easy on the Eye by Matilda Lee

    Eco Chic: How to be Ethical and Easy on the Eye by Matilda Lee

    $9.30

    How can clothes be so cheap and readily available? Who makes them and under what conditions? Who's paying the price for our fashion culture? This book shows you how it is possible to be both fashionable and ethical at the same time. It presents the story on this fashion phenomenon. Learn More
  7. It's Not Easy Being Green: One Family's Journey Towards Eco-friendly Living by Dick Strawbridge

    It's Not Easy Being Green: One Family's Journey Towards Eco-friendly Living by Dick Strawbridge

    $9.30

    A guide for those considering the path to green living. It offers practical tips on things, from constructing water wheels, gadgets and greenhouses, to the trials of living with animals and knocking up 'proper' wholesome food. It highlights the small steps that can change your life. Learn More
  8. The Little Earth Book by James Bruges

    The Little Earth Book by James Bruges

    $9.30

    The Earth is now desperately vulnerable; so are we. This book presents mini-essays about what is going wrong with our planet, and about the greatest challenge of our century: how to save the Earth for us all. Learn More
  9. Rural Politics: Policies for Agriculture, Forestry and the Environment by Michael Winter

    Rural Politics: Policies for Agriculture, Forestry and the Environment by Michael Winter

    $9.30

    Rural Politics provides a much needed examination of the evolution and content of policies affecting today's countryside, both in terms of major land use and economic and social development. Learn More
  10. Paint Your Life a Brighter Shade of Green: One Step at a Time We Can Save the World by Carolyn Humphries

    Paint Your Life a Brighter Shade of Green: One Step at a Time We Can Save the World by Carolyn Humphries

    $9.30

    There's no easy fix. We have to change our lifestyles - one step at a time. It's not difficult and it will even save money. So why aren't we all doing it? Because we don't know where to start. This title helps you to look at how you are living and be introduced to eco-friendly ways of doing almost everything. Learn More

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