World Changing: A User's Guide for the 21st Century

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  • Ohsweetheart

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    Living green is a goal that can be attained within our lifetime.

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  • alexsteffen

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    Because "Worldchanging might well be the most complete, compelling articulation of the possible look and feel and actual operation of a sustainable society ever written." That's not us talking, that's Denis Hayes, who founded Earth Day.

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  • scottsmith

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    An encyclopedia of green knowledge. Makes a great coffee table book.

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    • hapa_lee
      I should get this. I'm sure it could be useful. I've got the green book and I found that extremely informative. Got any other eco-friendly recs?

  • JenEno

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    I haven't read this book about "...cutting-edge solutions and ideas for constructing a more livable future," but I want to. Looks like a fascinating read!

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  • nectar

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    World Changing: A User's Guide for the 21st Century offers you insight into the best, most innovative solutions for tackling the world's biggest problems and equips you with the tools you need. Whether you want to shop more responsibly, improve your community, fight poverty and disease, or launch an ethical business, the information is here for you to get started. Best of all, World Changing shows you that changing the world doesn't have to conflict with living the life you want...*S*S*S*...

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  • ianyolles

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    Check out the book and the Worldchanging blog. Both are sources of great inspiration.

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  • miss_framboesa

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    An essencial reminder on your every day. "Reads like a smart, hip mini-encyclopedia of what's new and what's next in green technologies and earth-conscious ideas." – Business Week "Read it: it may change your life." – Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker Writer

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  • adrianapulido

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    I definitely recommend this book to anyone who is interested in sustainability and our future. Great resource for pertinent websites and books. Beautiful images as well!

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