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


Discovering Green Lanes

Shows how to identify green lanes on the ground, how to recognise them on antique maps, and how to locate documents and other records which will reveal who used them in past times.

Paperback    £6.95

9781870098960 | Published: April 2001 | Green Books


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


Trees be Company

A wonderful selection of ancient and modern poems about trees and woods.

Paperback    £9.95

9781870098977 | Published: April 2001 | Green Books


Timeless Simplicity

This is a book about simplicity, not destitution, not parsimoniousness, not self-denial, but the restoration of wealth in the midst of an affluence in which we are starving the spirit.

Paperback    £8.95

9781903998007 | Published: January 2001 | Green Books


Heading for Home

Paperback    £10.95

9781896219745 | Published: January 2001 | Natural Heritage Books


Contraction and Convergence

The C&C framework, which was been pioneered and advocated by GCI at the United Nations throughout the 1990s, is the most widely supported framework proposal in the global debate on what to do about climate change.

Paperback    £8.00

9781870098946 | Published: December 2000 | 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


The Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook

The Organic Baby & Toddler Cookbook is a comprehensive but easy-to-follow guide to feeding babies from weaning to toddlerhood. It recommends a seasonal, mainly raw or lightly cooked wholefood organic diet, emphasising raw food in spring and summer and lightly cooked foods in autumn and winter.

Paperback    £6.95

9781870098861 | Published: May 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


The Ecology of Health

In this Briefing Robin Stott proposes solutions to the key problems that beset our present health system. He argues that if we are to develop a true public health service rather than a 'disease service', we must make radical changes to the decision-making processes.

Paperback    £5.00

9781870098809 | Published: February 2000 | Green Books


The River's Voice

This volume comprises 190 poems by 133 poets: old favourites are joined by 20th century poetry from both sides of the Atlantic.

Paperback    £9.95

9781870098823 | Published: February 2000 | Green Books


Only Connect

A selection of articles in Resurgence 1990-1999. Authors include Wendell Berry, Lester Brown, Fritjof Capra, Ted Hughes and James Lovelock.

Paperback    £6.95

9781890132842 | Published: January 2000 | Chelsea Green Publishing


The Livable Neighbourhood

Paperback    £14.95

9780964437340 | Published: January 2000 | Global Action Plan for Planet Earth


Creating Sustainable Cities

Creating cities of cultural vigour and physical beauty that are also sustainable in economic and environmental terms.

Paperback    £7.00

9781870098779 | Published: August 1999 | Green Books