An Orchard Odyssey

This gloriously illustrated book is a great resource for fruit-lovers everywhere. Packed with inspirational ideas and practical advice, it shows how orchard living can be incorporated into every lifestyle.

Hardback    £24.99

9780857843265 | Published: September 2016 | Green Books

The Apocalypedia

The Apocalypedia is a countercultural A-Z that pokes fun at modern society, through a friendly but deeply revolutionary collection of flash-essays and comic vignettes.

Hardback    £14.99

9780857844057 | Published: September 2016 | Green Books

Spiritual Compass

Draws on the Indian Ayurvedic tradition which characterises the mind as having three gunas, or primary qualities: sattva (characterised by calmness, clarity and purity), rajas (energy and passion), and tamas (dullness and ignorance).

Paperback    £8.95

9780857844163 | Published: September 2016 | Green Books

Inside The Green Economy

This book puts the Green Economy to the test, its promises, consequences and blind spots.

- Can efficiency be a solution if it results in more consumption?

- Can we save nature by putting a price on the services it provides?

- Should we rely on technological solutions to save us?


Paperback    £11.99

9780857844156 | Published: July 2016 | Oekom

Contributions Towards a Sustainable World

Parks are key to the protection of nature and the to the conservation of cultural landscapes, but increasingly, they promote sustainable development.

Paperback    £21.99

9783865814791 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Paperback    £21.99

9780857843876 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Future of Food

Sustainable Food Case studies from around the world

Paperback    £21.99

9783865814197 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

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9780857843906 | Published: November 2013 | Oekom

The Nature of Sustainable Consumption and How To Achieve It

The impact of need and consumer behaviour on sustainable consumption.


Paperback    £32.99

9783865813022 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Paperback    £32.99

9780857843852 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Parks of the Future

There has been an unmistakable boom in parks in Europe since the 1990s. This richly illustrated book discusses what role parks may play in promoting sustainable development.

There has been an unmistakable boom in parks in Europe since the 1990s. This richly illustrated book discusses what role parks may play in promoting sustainable development.

Paperback    £21.99

9783865817655 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

The Politics of Sufficiency

This book outlines a politics of sufficiency that will make it easier to live with fewer resources but with stronger relationships, enabling us to reduce the speed, complexity, clutter and commercialization currently blighting our lives.

Paperback    £9.99

9783865816900 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Poverty Reduction through Social Business?

 Nobel Peace Laureate Muhammad Yunus and founder of Grameen Bank proposes a route out of poverty in this insightful work.

Paperback    £21.99

9783865812872 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

Soils in the Nexus

Care of the soil is crucial if we are to ensure water, energy and food security for nine billion people by 2050.

Paperback    £25.99

9783865814319 | Published: April 2016 | Oekom

The Garden Awakening

Learn how to design and nurture a beautiful space. Bring the energy of wild places into your garden while incorporating sustainable living and growing your own food.

Hardback    £19.99

9780857843135 | Published: March 2016 | Green Books

Living on One Acre or Less

This book will give you everything you need to set-up your own mini-farm, allowing you to live more self-sufficiently.

Paperback    £17.99

9780857843302 | Published: March 2016 | Green Books

Six Steps Back to the Land

Colin Tudge coined the expression “Enlightened Agriculture” to describe agriculture that is “expressly designed to provide everyone, everywhere, with food of the highest standard, nutritionally and gastronomically, without wrecking the rest of the world”. 

Hardback    £17.99

9780857841230 | Published: January 2016 | Green Books