The War on Bugs

Reveals how advertisers, editors, scientists, large scale farmers, government agencies, and even Dr. Seuss, colluded to convince farmers to use deadly chemicals, hormones, and GMOs in an effort to pad their wallets and control the American farm enterprise.

Hardback    £27.50

9781933392462
Published: January 2008 | Chelsea Green Publishing


Getting a Grip

By interweaving fresh insights, startling facts, and stirring vignettes of ordinary people pursuing creative solutions to our most pressing global problems, Lappe uncovers a new, empowering "frame" through which real solutions are emerging worldwide.

Paperback    £11.95

9780979414244
Published: January 2008 | Small Planet Media


The Company We Keep

A book about a different way of doing business in today?s world?a way based on workplace democracy, shared ownership, staying small, building community, commitment to a place, and long-term thinking.

Paperback    £14.95

9781933392196
Published: January 2007 | Chelsea Green Publishing


Ethical Markets

With insight, clarity, warmth and enthusiasm, Hazel Henderson announces the mature presence of the green economy. Mainstream media and big business interests have sidelined its emergence and evolution, but it is now a significant and rapidly growing sector.

Paperback    £24.95

9781933392233
Published: January 2007 | Chelsea Green Publishing


Through the Eye of the Storm

Witness accounts of surviving Hurricane Katrina

Paperback    £11.95

9781933392189
Published: January 2007 | Chelsea Green Publishing


Living in the Cracks

This book explores organisations in rural Britain and Czech Republic whose goal is not to make profit but to meet social and environmental needs.

This book explores organizations in rural Britain and Czech Republic whose goal is not to make profit but to meet social and environmental needs.

Paperback    £9.95

9781903998526
Published: April 2005 | FEASTA


Strangely Like War

Lays bare the stark scenario we face unless deforestation is slowed and stopped¥a scenario which will affect not only people, but the non-human fabric of life itself. Strangely like War is a story of corruption and killing: the genocide of indigenous peoples and the systematic destruction of our ecosystem.

Paperback    £9.95

9781903998380
Published: April 2004 | Green Books


Feasta Review

One of FEASTA’s main roles is to build up a body of creative thinking about, understanding of, and support for the economic systems that must replace neo-liberalism. Contributors include Herman Daly, David Korten, James Robertson, Lothar Mayer and Aubrey Meyer.

Paperback    £9.95

9780954051006
Published: September 2001 | FEASTA


Sustainable Education

This Briefing shows how a systemic change of educational culture towards the realization of human potential and the interdependence of social, economic and ecological wellbeing— can lead to transformative learning.

Paperback    £5.00

9781870098991
Published: April 2001 | Green Books


The Gendered Atom

Explores the uncharted depths of the scientific soul. There, beneath the scientistås rational, purportedly objective surface, Roszak finds a maelstrom of repressed sexual biases and gender stereotypes.

Paperback    £8.95

9781870098915
Published: October 2000 | Green Books


Free to be Human

Free to be Human shows how the 'filter' system described by Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman distorts our understanding of many personal, ethical and spiritual issues, ensuring that we remain passive, conformist, confused and uninformed¥and willing to accept the irrational values of corporate consumerism.

Paperback    £10.95

9781870098885
Published: April 2000 | Green Books


Transforming Economic Life

Outlines measures for building a healthier and more equal world and identifies key ways in which people can work together to transform economics.

Paperback    £5.00

9781870098724
Published: August 1998 | Green Books


The Compassionate Revolution

Shows how our capitalist system is dependent on the promotion of the three Buddhist ‘Poisons’ of Greed, Hatred and Ignorance:?greed for profit at any cost in terms of human suffering; hatred of foreign obstacles to profit; and ignorance of the cosy link between Western corporations and Third World dictators, helping to protect Western profits.

Paperback    £14.95

9781870098700
Published: May 1998 | Green Books


This I Believe and Other Essays

The only book that covers the whole range of Schumacherås thinking - essential reading for all admirers of Schumacher and his work. This I Believe will introduce to a new audience the freshness, clarity and profundity of his thinking, which has inspired a generation.