Useful Reading / Book References

Global Footprint Network are an amazing organisation who provided the two graphs in the Facts. Visit them here

Here is a list of books I have found useful reading:

  1. Making another World Possible Anarchism, Capitalism and Ecology in late 19th and Early 20th Centuries – Peter Ryley
  2. Sharing Nature’s Interest – Mathis Wackernagel, Nicky Chambers, Craig Simmons
  3. Why we can’t afford the Rich – Andrew Sayer
  4. Sustainable Consumption and The Good Life: Edited by Karen Lykke and Martin Lee Mueller
  5. 5.The Honour Code:  How Moral Revolutions Happen. Kwane Anthony Appiah
  6. Why we can’t afford the Rich – Andrew Sayer
  7. Please Stop Helping Us – Jason Riley
  8. Trouble in Paradise: From the end of History to the End of Capialism. Slaoj Zizek
  9. How to live a low carbon life: The Individuals guide to Tackling Climate Change, Chris Goodall.
  10. Capitalism as if the world Matters…..Jonathan Porritt
  11. Ethics of Consumption: The Good Life, Justice, and Global Stweardship (Philosophy and the Global Context) Crocker, Crocker, Linden and Linden
  12. The Vanishing Face of Gaia: A Final Warning. James Lovelock
  13. Developer Freedom, Amartya Sen
  14. ‘Nature’ the paper by Emerson
  15. The Soul of Man under socialism: Oscar Wilde
  16. Living Economy for a Living Earth. David C Korten
  17. It’s Time to get Serious about Systematic  Solutions to Systematic Problems:  Gar Alperovitz and James Gustave Speth
  18. The Crisis of Neo Liberalism…Gerard Dumenil
  19. The Burning Question Berners-Lee Clark 2013
  20. How Bad are Bananas – Mike Berners Lee