||Even leading capitalists admit that capitalism is broken. Green Swans is a manifesto for system change designed to serve people, planet, and prosperity.
|Cradle to Cradle
||Circular Framework. Remaking the Way We Make Things is a 2002 non-fiction book by German chemist Michael Braungart and US architect William McDonough. It is a manifesto detailing how to achieve their Cradle to Cradle Design model.
|Let My People Go Surfing
||Make the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.
|For the Love of Soil
||A roadmap for a soil-first approach to regenerate landscapes, restore natural cycles and bring vitality back to ecosystems.
|A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things
||Jason W. Moore and Raj Patel
||A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet
|A Circular Economy Handbook - 2nd edition
||Award-winning author Catherine Weetman explains the what, why and how of the circular economy. The book covers the main schools of thought and latest research, with over 300 examples from businesses of all shapes and sizes, around the world.
|The Unhabitable Earth
||Life After Warming is a 2019 book by David Wallace-Wells about the consequences of global warming.
|This Changes Everything
||Capitalizim vz Climate. Naomi tackles the most profound threat humanity has ever faced: the war our economic model is waging against life on earth.
|The Upcycle: Beyond Sustainability-Designing for abundance
|| Beyond Sustainability - Designing for Abundance
||Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist
||A Man-Made Problem With a Feminist Solution
|Rebuilding Earth- Redesigning Ecoconcious habitats for humans
||A revolutionary guide to designing humane, eco-conscious homes, buildings, and cities of the future.
|The Human Age
||The world shaped by us, Diane Ackerman confronts the fact that the human race is now the single dominant force of change on the planet
|Sustainability for the Rest of Us: Your No-Bullshi*t, Five-Point Plan for Saving the Planet
||Five-Point Plan for Saving the Planet
| How Bad Are Bananas?: The carbon footprint of everything
||How Bad are Bananas? gives us the carbon answers we need and provides plenty of revelations. By talking through a hundred or so items, Mike Berners-Lee sets out to give us a carbon instinct for the footprint of literally anything we do, buy and think about.
|The One-Straw Revolution
||Frances Moore Lappè
||It is a call to arms, a manifesto, and a radical rethinking of the global systems we rely on to feed us all. It is also the memoir of a man whose spiritual beliefs underpin and inform every aspect of his innovative farming system. Equal parts farmer and philosopher, Fukuoka is recognized as one of the founding thinkers of the permaculture movement.
|Wear No Evil: How to Change the World with Your Wardrobe
||handbook for navigating both fashion and ethics.
|Small is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered
||E. F. Schumacher
||Study of our economic system and its purpose, challenging the current state of excessive consumption in our society. Offering a crucial message for the modern world struggling to balance economic growth with the human costs of globalisation, Small Is Beautiful puts forward the revolutionary yet viable case for building our economies around the needs of communities, not corporations.
|Grow Food For Free: The sustainable, zero-cost, low-effort way to a bountiful harvest
||Learn to be self-sufficient by growing your own veg! Huw Richards shows you how he's done it and challenge you to do the same.
|Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants
||Robin Wall Kimmerer
||Drawing on her life as an indigenous scientist, and as a woman, Kimmerer shows how other living beings―asters and goldenrod, strawberries and squash, salamanders, algae, and sweetgrass―offer us gifts and lessons, even if we've forgotten how to hear their voices.
|Loved Clothes Last: How the Joy of Rewearing and Repairing Your Clothes Can Be a Revolutionary Act
||Orsola De Castro
||This book will equip you with a myriad of ways to mend, rewear and breathe new life into your wardrobe to achieve a more sustainable lifestyle
|Sustainable Fashion & Textiles
||Sustainable Fashion and Textiles: Design Journeys brings together for the first time information about lifecycle sustainability impacts of fashion and textiles, practical alternatives, design concepts and social innovation. It challenges existing ideas about the scope and potential of sustainability issues in fashion and textiles, and sets out a more pluralistic, engaging and forward-looking picture, drawing on ideas of systems thinking, human needs, local products, slow fashion and participatory design, as well as knowledge of materials.
|Slave to Fashion
||Slave to Fashion raises awareness of modern slavery in the fashion industry and shows how it can be eradicated by business and consumers.
|Wardrobe Crisis: How We Went from Sunday Best to Fast Fashion
||In Wardrobe Crisis, fashion journalist Clare Press explores the history and ethics behind what we wear. Clare examines the entire fashion ecosystem, from sweatshops to haute couture, unearthing the roots of today’s buy-and-discard culture.
|Who Cares Wins: Reasons For Optimism in Our Changing World
||How to Protect the Planet You Love: A thousand ways to solve the climate crisis: from tech-utopia to indigenous wisdom
||The need for collective change: Colonialsim, Climate Change and Consumerism.
||Building a Better World for All
|Hope Not Fear
||Finding My Way from Refugee to Filmmaker to NHS Hospital Cleaner and Activist
|A Bigger Picture: My Fight to Bring a New African Voice to the Climate Crisis
||We are on the front line but we are not on the front page.When it comes to speaking or writing about climate change, voices and stories of people of colour and from the Global South are often omitted, even though these communities often contribute the least to the problem and suffer its consequences the most.