This Crazy Time book review A\J
A Canadian activist gets behind the scenes and on the front lines of some high profile environmental campaigns.
Industrial Evolution book review A\J
An environmental industrialist says businesses need to put people before profits.
Creative Community Organizing book review A\J
Four inspiring and grounded books discuss issues of social change and civic engagement.
Global Climate Change book review A\J
Orrin and Keith Pilkey clearly and rationally lay out the evidence for the reality of climate change.
Paths to a Green World book review A\J
Jennifer Clapp and Peter Dauvergne explain how different perspectives shape different understandings of environmental issues and how to solve them.
Carrot City book review A\J
Imagine cities and suburbs becoming agriculturally productive and sustainable, and see how it is already happening.
The Urban Food Revolution book review A\J
Peter Ladner examines the economics, politics, and social justice issues surrounding urban food.
Rambunctious Garden book review A\J
Emma Marris presents an inspiring challenge to rethink our attitudes and efforts in environmental conservation.
The False Promise of Green Energy book review A\J
Three books examine the need for green energy from three very different positions, ranging from denial to desperation to optimism.
The Power of Sustainable Thinking book review A\J
Three books advocate personal and local approaches to sustainable living.

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