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23 May 2013
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The Blue Economy
Charles Newman reviews Gunter Pauli's new book, The Blue Economy
Alex Blake reviews Gar Smith's first book, Nuclear Roulette
Histories of the Dustheap
Annie Reece reviews Histories of the Dustheap: Waste, Material Cultures, Social...
Book Review - The New Consumers
What impact will the emerging consumerism of developing nations have on the environment? Charles Newman reads The New Consumers in order to find out.
Book Review - Climate Change Begins at Home
Simple ways to live greener in Climate Change Begins at Home, reviewed by Carolyn Cross
Book Review - The Green Building Bible vols. 1 & 2
Marty McColl examines The Green Building Bible and its contributions to the green housing sector.
The Atlas of Climate Change
Resource takes a look at some of the findings presented in The Atlas of Climate Change: Mapping the World's Great Challenge and asks what they can tell us.
Common Ground, Uncommon Gifts
Libby Peake reviews Barbara A. Meyers' new book, Common Ground, Uncommon Gifts: Growing Peace and Harmony through Stories, Reflections and Practices in the Natural...
Shopping for Good
Annie Reece reviews Dara O'Rourke's latest offering: 'Shopping for Good'.
Education and Creativity
Florence Derrick reviews Simon Foxell and William J Mitchell's book 'Education and Creativity'.
Amory Lovins' new book, Reinventing Fire provides a credible solution to negating the impact of fossil fuels.
Transport and Neighbourhoods
Transport and Neighbourhoods reveals the surprising influence of town planning on our green behaviour and the significance of transport strategy in reducing carbon...
The Holistic Orchard: Tree Fruits and Berries the Biological Way
These days, concerns about chemical-based agriculture are enormous. So Michael Phillips’s new book The Holistic Orchard, in which he explains how to grow orchards ‘the...
Occupy World Street: A Global Roadmap for Radical Economic and Political Reform
Readers of Resource will be more than aware of the problems that the world is currently facing: overpopulation, unsustainable growth, inequality, species extinction,...
Samantha MacBride has written a highly specialised, incredibly dense book that argues: ‘Recycling as we know it today generates the illusion of progress while allowing...
Look Great, Live Green
In this age of ‘going green’, many consumers opt for natural or organic products in their kitchens, and this is extending to the bathroom. Deborah Burnes’s Look Great,...
How to be an Everyday Kitchen Magician
Every year, we Britons throw away 4.4 million tonnes of food and drink, an amount that apparently equates to a £480 loss for the average household.
To begin with, Love Earth doesn’t really look like a book.
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Viridor profits down
Waste boss arrested
£62.1m Defra funding cut
Scottish Green Awards
Knowaste closes plant
EfW site gets go ahead
Waste investment summit
Energy From Waste
Coring the Big Apple
Puzzling over incineration
The embedded energy equation
Clamouring to get in the box
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