Eco-Books for Sale/Rent. Any book £5

A stack of eco books

Books!

As part of our Bristol Green Fringe 2015 activities, we’re pleased to offer a range of important books selected by Sara Venn, director of Incredible Edible Bristol, which discuss fundamental ideas around environmental issues.

 

We’ve used some of our Green Capital Grant monies to subsidise these books: because ideas change our World.

All books below are available for just £5.

They are ONLY availabe to collect from The Stokes Croft China/PRSC Gallery on Jamaica Street.

Read and return within 3 weeks, and either swap for another or get your money back!

NOT ON THE LABEL
(Guardian review)
Felicity Lawrence
2013 Penguin


THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMMA
(Guardian review)
Michael Pollan
2006 Bloomsbury


REAL ENGLAND
(Goodreads review)
Paul Kingsnorth
2008 Portobello Books


THE ESTABLISHMENT
(Guardian review)
Owen Jones
2015 Penguin


THINK LIKE A COMMONER
(Goodreads review)
David Bollier
2014 New Society Publishers


WHEN THE RIVERS RUN DRY
(The Ecologist review)
Fred Pearce
2006 Eden Project Books


SILENT SPRING
(Environment & Society review)
Rachel Carson
1962 Penguin


THE LEADERLESS REVOLUTION
(Guardian Review)
Carne Ross
2011 Simon & Schuster



SOIL. SOUL. SOCIETY.
(Friends of the Earth review)
Satish Kumar
2015 Leaping Hare Press

This Changes Everything - Naomi Klein - Penguin 2014
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
(Goodreads review)
Naomi Klein
2014 Penguin

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