Category Archives: Book Reviews

The Carbon Charter

I’ve just finished Godo Stoyke’s The Carbon Charter; blueprint for a carbon free future (New Society Publishers, 2009) and I must say it should be required reading for every policy maker and lobbyist in the land.

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The Power of Place

I just returned from a trip to London, where I had the exquisite opportunity to read Harm de Blij’s The Power of Place.

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Reinventing Collapse

I’ve just finished Dmitry Orlov’s Reinventing Collapse; The Soviet Example and American Prospects (New Society, 2008).

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Peak Everything

A special guest book review by Camille Armantrout.

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Coming Home to Eat

I am just returning from a trip to Savannah, where I continued to flirt with biodiesel and the global marketplace.

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Voices From the Farm

Girl Mark lives down the road these days. Which means she stops by from time to time. Once she left a strange little paperback book on the kitchen table called Voices from the Farm.

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Oil on the Brain

One thing I like about long flights is that I get caught up on my reading.

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Wild Weather

The other day a book arrived from Dr. Reese Halter entitled Wild Weather; The Truth Behind Global Warming.

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Citizen Powered Energy Handbook

I’ve just set down The Citizen-Powered Energy Handbook; Community Solutions to a Global Crisis by Greg Pahl.

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The Natural Step Story

I just finished Karl-Henrick Robert’s first person account of the Natural Step Story; seeding a quiet revolution.

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