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My favorite Green Books and Magazines

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BOOKS

*Green Living- by E/The Environmental Magazine

*The Newman's Own Organics Guide to a Good Life- by Paul Newman

*The Natural House & Nat. House Catalog- by David Pearson

*The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook: 77 Essential Skills to Stop Climate Change- by David de Rothschild

*Earth in the Balance- by Al Gore

*Living Green: A Practical Guide to Simple Sustainability- by Horn

*The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a Time- by Rogers/Kostigen

*The Consumer's Guide to Effective Environmental Choices: Practical
Advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists

*The Organic Suburbanite : An Environmentally Friendly Way to Live the American Dream by Warren Schultz

*Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe & Healthy, Non-toxic Cleaning by Jeffrey Hollender

* Baking Soda   and seperate title: Vinegar both  by Vicki Lansky

*The Naturally Clean Home by Karyn Siegel-Maier

*The Lazy Environmentalist by Josh Dorfman

*Silent Spring

*Paper or Plastic by Imhoff


*Healing Home Spa- by Cooksley

*The complete book of essential oils & aromatherapy- by Worwood




*Nat. Geo's guide to America's Public Gardens

*Encyclopedia of container gardening- by Burnie


MAGAZINES (ZINES) Each title is also a hyperlink for sneak peaks & subscription info

*Horticulture
*Organic Gardening
*Natural Home (sometimes seen as Nat. Home & Garden)
*National Geographic
*Mothering
*Organic Style (no longer in print, but if you can find back copies, worth a read)
*Body & Soul
*Organic Spa

~ Susanna

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Edited by organicgal007 - Wed, 27 Feb 2008 13:54:55 GMT
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Just to add to this great list, a very inspiring book I've recently finished reading is "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle" by Barbara Kingsolver.  It's about her family's venture into sustainable farming, and the challenge the undertook to only consumer home- or locally-grown produce for an entire year.  Great read -- entertaining, inspiring, and educational.

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Another great book that really makes you think about your food sources:

 

"Omnivore's Dilemma" by Michael Pollen

 

After reading this, I ended up looking at the ingredients of all of the food products I consume. Corn, corn, corn everywhere.

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I've heard that Baking Soda makes a great natural cleaner when mixed with sea salt.  Is that discussed in the book?  I'll have to check it out at our local library.  I'm always interested in learning new types of cleaning products!

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  • saving God's green earth by Tri Robinson with Jason Chatraw
  • Voluntary Simplicity by Duane Elgin
  • Cradle to Cradle by Wm. McDonough & Michael Braungart
  • Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv
  • the green book by Elizabeth Rogers & Thomas M. Kostigen
  • an inconvenient truth by Al Gore
  • slow food revolution - A NEW CULTURE FOR EATING and LIVING by Carlo Petrini
  • SLOW Magazine
  • the snail newsletter
  • What to Eat by Marion Nestle
  • The Crazy Makers - How the Food Industry is Destroying Us by Simontacchi
  • The Safe Shopper's Bible by Steinman & Epstein, M.D.
  • ReadyMade Magazine
  • Make Magazine
  • Small Farmer's Journal
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Anyone think this might make a good wiki?  The export to wiki button is pretty cool!  Hint hint. 

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Some of my favorite green books (mostly related to global warming) are

 

Hell and High Water by Joseph Romm

The Hype About Hydrogen by Joseph Romm

Heat by George Monbiot

Six Degrees By Mark Lynas

With Speed and Vengence by Fred Pearce

 

You could make these lists into a pretty good wiki.

post #8 of 9

Okay, folks.  The wiki's been created.  I'm leaving it to you to separate your book recommendations into the appropriate sections.

 

NEW PLACE FOR BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Books and Publications


Edited by stins - Tue, 08 Apr 2008 19:04:54 GMT
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Ishmael by David Quinn - a cult classic with a broad, mind-opening view of living harmoniously with the planet (or not).
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