Category Archives: Books

Books that deal with subjects related to fossil fuels, global warming, adaptation to climate change, changing human behavior, political and policy change, community action, and other such topics that will help raise awareness and understanding of the issues we seek to address and how effective action can be taken.

A Town Hall Talk: Getting Rich from Climate Change

Are any of you SEActivists interested in attending this talk by McKenzie Funk at Town Hall on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2014, 7:30 – 9:00 pm entitled: 
Getting Rich from Climate Change    [Downstairs at Town Hall; enter on Seneca Street. $5] Here’s what Town … Continue reading

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Two Book Recommendations:

Here are two books worth reading related to climate change and the related factors of overpopulation and impacts on world food supplies. The Great Disruption: Why the Climate Crisis Will Bring On the End of Shopping and the Birth of … Continue reading

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Environmental Debt – A new economic voice worth listening to

Amy Larkin, environmental activist and entrepreneur, has exposed the link between the economic crisis and the financial crisis in a new book, Environmental Debt: the Hidden Costs of a Changing Global Economy.   This may have the answers to all … Continue reading

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Plastic Free by Beth Terry

Plastic Free:  How I kicked the Plastic Habit and You Can Too,  by Beth Terry,  Skyhorse Publishing, 2012   A practical guide to ridding your life–and the planet–of plastic!       Seattle Public Library has 10 copies and provides … Continue reading

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