These seven books will give you insight into the greatest threat facing our planet as well as clear steps that can be taken to address it.
Steven Pinker’s latest book, Enlightenment Now, misses the mark on climate change and plastic pollution. And this is a problem.
A review of Climate of Hope, written by Carl Pope and Michael Bloomberg. Published this year it offers a comprehensive look on climate solutions.
It seems that I found my Sustainability Must Read of the Year just by asking a librarian at the Seattle Central Public Library. Published last September before the Paris Agreements this book combines the latest climate and sustainability science with great photos.
For our System Thinking class this quarter at Pinchot, we had to read this book and I daresay it is an excellent primer indeed.
For last quarter’s Leadership and Professional Development class at Pinchot University, I had to read this book and reflect about its teachings.
I just finished reading another stellar read, a book that should be on the reading lists of everyone either working or studying Business nowadays. Conscious Capitalism was written by Raj Sisodia and John Mackey, the co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, a very successful company.
What if one of the core principles of Capitalism today was wrong, utterly wrong, even from a legal and economic standpoint ? This is the thesis defended by Lynn Stout in this brilliant book.
I had this book on my reading list for two years as it is at the crossroads of my previous education in international management and my new one in sustainability. So I took the opportunity of my break between quarters to actually read this one.
A great book containing a huge amount of information on how to implement sustainability measures in your company or organization.
Having access to the Seattle Public Library I was able to borrow this book that was strongly recommended to me by Jimmy Jia, one of the many bright faculty of Pinchot University.
Here is an inspiring book replete with paradigm shifting ideas and examples. Frances Moore Lappé provides here a real must-read book that will energize its readers and give them all hope for a better world.