The Buddha and the Terrorist

Among all the experiences of the Buddha, perhaps his eye-to-eye encounter with an actual terrorist is the one most relevant and vital for those of us caught in the binds of the early 21st century.

Paperback    £2.50

9781903998632
Published: September 2005 | Green Books


Landscape into Literature

Whatever a writer's subject, landscape usually figures in the process or the product. Childhood environments, the natural world, place and memory all are part of the rich compost of prose and poetry. In this anthology, writers from many genres consider how this interaction between landscape and literature works.

Paperback    £10.00

9781903998557
Published: June 2005 | Green Books


Allotment Gardening

A basic guide to setting-up and maintaining an organic allotment garden

Paperback    £9.95

9781903998540
Published: May 2005 | Green Books


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


Secret Nature of Devon

Explores the extraordinary richness of Devon's wildlife habitats: Estuaries, Farmland, Fresh Water, Heathland, Limestone and Chalk, Lundy, Moorland, Sand Dunes, Sea Cliffs, Sea Shore, Woodland, Wood, Pasture and Parkland.

Paperback    £12.95

9781903998502
Published: April 2005 | Green Books


Arbed Ailddefnyddio Ailgylchu

Paperback    £3.95

9781903998618
Published: March 2005 | Green Books


The English Meadow

An evocative celebration of our rich meadow heritage and countryside traditions

Hardback    £12.95

9781903998670
Published: January 2005 | Green Books


Pigs Must Eat on Sundays

With the charm of Beryl Cook and the quirkiness of Stanley Spencer, Ben Hartley's childlike drawings of everyday country life are accompanied by wry and witty comments.

Hardback    £9.95

9781903998687
Published: January 2005 | Green Books


Biodiesel

Making the case for crop-derived liquid fuel

Paperback    £14.95

9781931498654
Published: January 2005 | Chelsea Green Publishing


The Beauty of Craft

The work of these creators comes from their great dedication to their craft and the sincerity with which they integrate their philosophy with daily life, in much the same way that their bowls and baskets, chairs and tables, shoes and spoons are art for daily use.

Hardback    £20.00

9781903998427
Published: October 2004 | Green Books


The Natural Step

David Cook tells the story of The Natural Step framework for sustainability's evolution  and provides an overview of the TNS framework.

Paperback    £8.00

9781903998472
Published: October 2004 | Green Books


The Intimate and the Ultimate

A selected anthology of Vinobaås speeches and writings, and an valuable guide for all seekers of truth, non-violence and wisdom, and for those who value quality above quantity, and wholeness above fragmentation.

Paperback    £7.95

9781903998397
Published: April 2004 | Green Books


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


Liquid Gold

Find out about customs connected with urine, the science and technology of its use, and profiles of liquid gold at work all over the world in farms and gardens.

Paperback    £7.99

9781903998489
Published: January 2004 | Green Books


Images of Earth and Spirit

Features the work of over fifty artists including Robin Baring, Cecil Collins, Alan Davie, Morris Graves, Andy Goldsworthy, Andrzej Jackowski, Richard Long, John Meirion Morris, David Nash, Margaret Neve, Peter Randall-Page, Haku Shah, Jane Siegle, Evelyn Williams and Christopher Wood.