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eaarth: making a life on a tough new planet • bill mckibben

Reissued on the tenth anniversary of its publication, this classic work on our environmental crisis features a new introduction by the author, reviewing both the progress and ground lost in the fight to save the earth.

I find that Christians who are sincerely interested in living simply and in harmony with the planet are rare. This book may be 30 years old, but it is still relevant and thought-provoking. I especially enjoyed when cultural differences were brought up.

Lappé decodes food labeling, dissects Big Ag’s “greenwashing” tactics, and offers “seven principles of a climate-friendly diet” in an impeccable, informative, and inspiring contribution to the quest for environmental reform.--Booklist

Get back to basics with her true story of one year living on only food they raised...inspiring!

This is SO uplifting - definitely read it if you're depressed about the environment from reading Bill McKibben, David Owen, and the like.

Walden, by Henry David Thoreau. The copy with foreword by Bill McKibben is excellent.

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Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business by John Mackey, Rajendra Sisodia, and Bill George: “We believe that business is good because it creates value, it is ethical because it is based on voluntary exchange, it is noble because it can elevate our existence, and it is heroic because it lifts people out of poverty and creates prosperity... It is one of the most compelling ideas we humans have ever had. But we can aspire to something even greater.”#Books #Conscious_Capitalism

I need a sign that says this for when I'm in the break room reading and people confuse that for my wanting to interact with them.

Big Stone Gap: A Novel by Adriana Trigiani, I really enjoyed this delightful book!

Mother Daughter Me: A Memoir by Katie Hafner,