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Garden Construction. By T. Jeff Williams. A guide to projects that add beauty and space to yards. Ideas for decks, patios, walks and paths, stairs and steps, fences and gates, walls, shade structures, storage sheds, and more. More...
Gardeners of Eden: Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature. By Dan Dagget. An exploration of how a new kind of environmentalism is being born among those who see themselves, and their skills, as part of the ecosystem, part of nature. As an alternative to the "leave it alone" approach, the perspective of this book is that human use and ecological restoration can often go together. More…
Gasp!: The Swift and Terrible Beauty of Air. By Joe Sherman. Traces the evolution of air as a focus for science and as a concept in culture through short biographies of obscure geniuses and modern-day wonders alike. He tells the story of sixteenth-century homeopath Paracelus, who introduced the idea that illnesses could be airborne, and the famous cyclist Lance Armstrong, whose aerobic capacity differs dramatically from Sherman's own. Sherman blends the history and myths of air, together with its environmental and physiological effects, into a rich and sometimes troubling account. More... | Joe Sherman EcoSpeakers Info >>
Getting Down to Earth. Edited by Robert Costanza, Olman Segura et al. Brings together scientists, managers, and policy makers to identify practical strategies for implementing sustainability based on ecological economic principles. More...
Getting There: The Epic Struggle between Road and Rail in the American Century. By Stephen Goddard. Goddard tells the story of how the struggle between the highwaymen and the railroaders ultimately changed the course of modern transportation. He describes how automakers, engineers, contractors, and government officials dethroned the railroad barons. His story covers the history of what has come to be called 'the highway lobby,' how road interests led by General Motors Corp. conspired in city after city to destroy efficient trolley systems, and how transportation has shaped the nation and its economy. More... | Stephen Goddard EcoSpeakers Info >>
Getting to the Better Future: A Matter of Conscious Choosing. By John Renesch. Puts forth a vision for historic transformation for all humankind. It pictures a global future full of possibilities - a much "better future" than the one that appears most likely if we rely upon probabilities and forecasts based on existing trends. Not only that, but the author points directly to the business community as the segment of our society that can best lead the rest of the world in such an incredible transition for all humanity. More… | John Renesch EcoSpeakers Info >>
Getting to the Source. By Ross McCluney. The history of environmental awareness has been punctuated by stunning essays from a variety of environmental writers, from Aldo Leopold and Rachel Carson to E.O. Wilson and Daniel Quinn. Getting to the Source contains a rich collection of thirty essays from the literature on environmental values. The contributions were selected for their relevance to the philosophical and ethical aspects of the subject, for their eloquence in expressing Earth values, and for their special insights and understanding of what we must do to create a sustainable future for humanity. More... | Ross McCluney EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Global Commons. By Susan J. Buck. Considers the history of human interactions with each of the global commons areas and provides a concise yet thorough account of the evolution of management regimes for each area. As Kindle | More...
Global Inc.: An Atlas of the Multinational Corporation. By Medard Gabel and Henry Bruner. Of the 100 largest economies in the world, 53 are corporations. A handful of corporate giants control most of the world's energy, technology, food, banks, industry, and media. Global, Inc. features a series of full-color maps that make clear the tremendous reach of these corporations as they have spread out across the globe. It is the first book to examine multinational corporations from a truly global perspective, and it offers a penetrating look at one of the most powerful phenomena on the planet in the twenty-first century. More... | Medard Gabel EcoSpeakers Info >>
Global Warming: The Complete Briefing. By John Houghton. What is the evidence for climate changing due to human activities? Written for students across a wide range of disciplines, this full color undergraduate textbook comprehensively explores these and other issues allowing students to think through the problem, assess the data and draw conclusions on the action that should be taken. As Kindle | More...
Grave Matters: A Journey Through the Modern Funeral Industry to a Natural Way of Burial. By Mark Harris. Advocates green chemical-free burial and provides information on a variety of environmentally friendly burial options. Avoiding embalming keeps funeral waste out of our land and water, while burial in a shroud or cardboard coffin saves trees, minerals and energy. As Kindle | More... | Mark Harris EcoSpeakers Info >>
Greed to Green: the Transformation of an Industry and a Life. By David Gottfried. In this inspirational and personal memoir, David Gottfried tells the story of how he created the U.S. Green Building Council and the World Green Building Council while at the same time transforming himself from a greedy real estate developer to a founder of the global green building movement. According to author Paul Hawken, the Green Building Councils have transformed the world more than any other environmental organizations. Gottfried has also served as a sustainable development consultant for many of the leading sustainable building organizations in the United States. More... | David Gottfried EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Babies, Sage Moms. By Lynda Fassa. From the trailblazing founder of Green Babies organic clothing comes this guide for new mothers in raising a "green" family - and doing it simply and inexpensively. Filled with necessary and convenient advice that takes the reader from the first months of pregnancy. It explains the safest ways to get the house ready, the best gear – from clothes to crib mattresses, organic recipes for breastfeeding moms, how to throw a green baby shower, solutions for storing breast milk, how to keep play areas safe from chemicals, and how to handle the diaper dilemma. As Kindle | More… | Lynda Fassa EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Building A to Z: Understanding the Language of Green Building. By Jerry Yudelson. An informative, technically accurate and highly visual guide to green building. It outlines the benefits and costs of green buildings and discusses issues such as enhancing water conservation, reducing energy use, and creating a conservation economy. More than just a reference, this book emphasizes the importance of green buildings and green developments for a sustainable future. It will be an invaluable resource for businesspeople, homeowners, product manufacturers, developers, building industry professionals and government officials. As Kindle | More… | Jerry Yudelson EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Building Products, 3rd Edition: The GreenSpec Guide to Residential Building Materials. Edited by Alex Wilson and Mark Piepkorn. Descriptions and manufacturer contact information for more than 1,400 environmentally preferable building products and materials. All phases of residential construction, from sitework to flooring to renewable energy, are covered. Products are grouped by function, and each chapter begins with a discussion of key environmental considerations and what to look for in a green product. As Kindle | More...
The Green Building Revolution. By Jerry Yudelson. Introduces the basics of green building and the projects and people that are advancing it. Shows both why and how to start thinking about designing, building, and operating high performance, environmentally aware buildings on conventional budgets. Outlines the broader "journey to sustainability" influenced by the green building revolution and provides a solid business case for accelerating this trend. Illustrated with more than 50 photos, tables, and charts, and filled with timely information, the definitive description of a major movement that's poised to transform our world. As Kindle | More… | Jerry Yudelson EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Building Through Integrated Design. By Jerry Yudelson. This comprehensive and well-illustrated guide covers the entire process of building a certified green building. You'll get expert insight into tackling projects, from concept and design, to unifying members of the team, to constructing high-performance buildings on time and within standard budgets. Green Building Through Integrated Design includes case studies and interviews with key leaders. The most complete overview of green building project delivery methods available – a blueprint that every member of the project team will find invaluable. As Kindle | More… | Jerry Yudelson EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Building Trends: Europe. By Jerry Yudelson. The green building revolution is a worldwide movement for energy-efficient, environmentally aware architecture and design. Europe has been in the forefront of green building, and this book provides an overview of their cutting edge ideas and applications. It is a primer on new technologies, systems, and regulatory approaches from Europe that can be used in America, including building-integrated solar, radiant heating and cooling, natural ventilation, climate control and water feature combinations, zero-net energy homes, and zero-carbon buildings. As Kindle | More… | Jerry Yudelson EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Electronics Design and Manufacturing. By Sammy Shina. Brings together contributions by a team of experts from the electronics supply chain who show how to master the strategy, design, test and implementation issues involved in meeting environmental regulations. Includes guidance on issues like lead-free conversions, restriction of hazardous substances, and global environmental regulations. As Kindle | More...
Green from the Ground Up: Sustainable, Healthy, and Energy-Efficient Home Construction. By David Johnston and Scott Gibson. This reference on green, sustainable and energy-efficient home construction gives builders and architects the tools to respond to growing demands from homeowners for green and energy-efficient new or remodeled houses. It includes information on site-related issues, landscaping, durability, and energy-efficiency. Homeowners can use the book to understand concepts, process, and options, whether they're doing it themselves or working with a professional. As Kindle | More...
Green House: Eco-Friendly Disposal and Recycling at Home. By Norm Crampton. An A to Z guide to disposing and recycling all varieties of common household trash, from broken appliances to spent smoke detectors, cell phones and pet waste. Discusses the most environmentally-friendly methods of dealing with household waste, points out that some trash may be someone else's treasure, and when there are multiple disposal options, describes the ins and outs of each alternative. More...
The Green Kitchen Handbook. By Annie Bond. Practical guide answers dozens of questions environmentally conscientious and curious cooks have wondered about for years, such as the geographic origin of common healthful foods, their processing or production, and what makes them healthful. More… | Annie Bond EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Made Easy: The Everyday Guide for Transitioning to a Green Lifestyle. By Chris Prelitz. Examines our daily lives from personal care and cosmetics to solar-energy systems, and explains how we can be both environmental and economical at the same time. As Kindle | More...
Green Manufacturing: Case Studies in Leadership and Improvement. By the Association of Manufacturing Excellence. Brings together articles and case studies covering environmental and energy issues that were previously published in the Association of Manufacturing Excellence’s Target Magazine. It covers moral, legal, and economic considerations. More...
Green Marketing: Opportunity for Innovation. By Jacquelyn Ottman. It provides an understanding of the multitude of interconnected issues involved in green marketing, describes the state of green consumerism, analyzes success strategies, and points to direction for the future. Includes case studies that show how green marketing can increase profits and market share and be a means to dialogue with and educate the public. It will also help you improve your company's environmental performance. Published in 1998, an updated version entitled The New Rules of Green Marketing (see below) is now available. More... | Jacquelyn Ottman EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Plans: Greenprint for Sustainability. By Huey Johnson. Green plans, Johnson explains, are the most effective strategies yet developed for moving from industrial environmental deterioration to postindustrial sustainability. Provides the first detailed and understandable examination of the theory, implementation, and performance of green plans in the Netherlands, Canada, and New Zealand. Plans being considered in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, and the European Community are also discussed. More... | Huey Johnson EcoSpeakers Info >>
Green Urbanism. By Timothy Beatley. Explains what planners and local officials in the United States can learn from the sustainable city movement in Europe. Examines the progress and policies of twenty-five of the most innovative cities. As Kindle | More...
A Greener Faith: Religious Environmentalism and Our Planet's Future. By Roger S. Gottlieb. In a time of darkening environmental prospects, frightening religious fundamentalism, and moribund liberalism, the remarkable and unprecedented rise of religious environmentalism is a profound source of hope. A Greener Faith chronicles the promises of this important movement, illuminating its principal ideas, leading personalities, and ways of connecting care for the earth with justice for human beings. Highly engaging and passionately argued, it is an indispensable resource for everyone concerned about the future. As Kindle | More... | Roger S. Gottlieb EcoSpeakers Info >>
The Greenhouse Trap: What We're Doing to the Atmosphere and How We Can Slow Global Warming. By Francesca Lyman. The Greenhouse Trap traces the history of the greenhouse effect and shows how the current crisis has come about. Earth’s surface temperatures could rise anywhere from 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit. Possible future consequences for agriculture, human health, natural ecosystems, and the quality of life on Earth are vividly described and objectively assessed. Government policies for slowing global warming are outlined along with suggestions for individuals to follow in their homes and communities. More... | Francesca Lyman EcoSpeakers Info >>
Greening School Grounds. Edited by Tim Grant and Gail Littlejohn. An overview of the school grounds greening movement. This comprehensive guide offers curriculum tie-ins, activities, and plans for educators, parents, and students. More...
Greening Your Business: The Hands-On Guide to Creating a Successful and Sustainable Business. By Daniel Sitarz. This guide shows entrepreneurs how to save energy, materials, and money by reducing their businesses' impact on the planet. It provides a hands-on, step-by-step approach to analyzing business operations and developing detailed plans to make those operations more efficient, energy conscious, and profitable. More...
Greenspeak: Fifty Years of Environmental Muckraking and Advocacy. By Michael Frome. A collection of addresses made from 1963 to 2001 that offer insight into virtually every major conservation issue of the second half of the twentieth century. These talks encapsulate the American environmental movement over its most turbulent and productive era. Frome is a strong, unflinching voice for environmental stewardship and the protection of nature. More...
Growing Fruit in Your Backyard. By Lee Reich. Clearly written, with easy-to-follow instructions, Growing Fruit in Your Backyard provides the know-how to transform an ordinary backyard into a beautiful orchard. More...
The Growth Illusion. By Richard Douthwaite. Examines economic growth from the birth of capitalism through the industrial revolution and the world wars, drawing a link between rising GNP and the erosion of our quality of life. As Kindle | More...

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