Books tagged: sustainable and eco

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Growing Greener Children - Eco Parenting
You set the price! Words: 24,810. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Parenting / child rearing, Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
For parents who care about their children’s health, well being and the environment. "Eco parenting practices as outlined in this book can help save the environment and curtail the current epidemic of lifestyle related chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, ADHD, asthma etc. while also ensuring that children and their parents live long, joyous and fulfilling lives.’
#Climate 101: Everything You Need to Know
Price: Free! Words: 3,650. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Environment, Nonfiction » Comics (nonfictional)
Ever wanted to learn about climate change in an afternoon over tea and biscuits? Now you can, with this super-short speed read (that's also free)! Filled with Frequently Asked Questions and cartoons about the basics we all need to know, the impacts and how we can all take part in making a brave new future, this book will whet your appetite to save the world!
The Big List of Things That Suck
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,000. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Green living
The Big List of Things That Suck is an essential encyclopedia of eco-information to help you shop, talk and live better, without annoying all of your friends.
Backyard Bounty, Creating a Local Food System
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 51,850. Language: English. Published: December 1, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Home & Garden » Green living, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Green living
It’s one thing for an established farmer to live off his land, quite another for a city-dwelling mum of three lively sons to shun the supermarket. But holding grave concerns about chemical use and ethical issues surrounding modern food production, landscape architect Janet Luke did just that – attempting to feed herself and her family from her urban garden.
333 Pieces of Advice for The Transition to a More Sustainable Life on Earth
Price: $3.33 USD. Words: 8,490. Language: English. Published: September 23, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » General reference » Questions & answers, Nonfiction » Education & Study Guides » Counseling / general
Written by public speaker, concept designer and author Sara S. Green, from the title itself, this book contains 333 pieces of advice on how people on earth will be able to achieve a happy and new life through change. Its main goal is to help people achieve a good life in different aspects. In fact, the writers herself believes that a small change can become a big change if it is done by many of us
Fecundity
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,720. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
It had to happen sooner or later; with Man playing God, continuously interfering with nature and the natural order of life. None, heeded nor cared for the consequences. Too late the geneticists realised that treating natural selection with contempt, something to experiment with would have unforeseen ramifications. A mistake was made, a terrible, incalculable mistake!
In Denial
Series: The Kyoto procrastination, Book 2. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 29,740. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Environment
Why are we in denial when predictions of climate change from such eminent bodies as the IPPC to academic foundations studying this anthropogenic phenomenon predict sea level rise enough to engulf tens of thousands of square miles of coastline world-wide, super hurricanes and super storms, droughts and crop failures? Are not Katrina and the ‘Super Storm’ Sandy at least pricking your conscience?