“Green for Life” by Victoria Boutenko discusses the values and benefits of raw food consumption.
Ken Burns’ “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea” offers a photographic and literary look into our country’s preservations of the titular wildlife reserves.
“The World Without Us,” by Alan Weisman chronicles what would happen to the Earth if human beings simply disappeared.
The Green Collar Economy by Van Jones made it to number 12 on the NY Times Best Sellers List during its first week of publication. The book tackles subjects about the economy, energy prices and global warming.
Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough and Michael Braungart, takes a new approach to eco-friendliness by resigning it from the ground up for eco-safety and cost-efficiency.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac has always been a good seller for its gardening tips.
Here are the current best sellers on Amazon:
1. Silent Spring
2. The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World
3. Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World
4. Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things
5. A Civil Action
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Edward Humes’ book, Forces of Nature: The Unlikely Story of Wal-Mart’s Green Revolution is a recent addition to books dealing with the ever growing popularity of sustainability. The book deals with the likes of a corporate giant and what it would take for similar business to join a green movement.
New York Times bestseller, Small is Beautiful is a great book that calls for the end of excessive consumption. The author E.F. Schumacher inspired such movements as buying locally and fair trade, while voicing his strong opposition to corporate waste. The main theme of the book is that we should be building our economies around the needs of communities, not corporations.
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