Category: Book Review

9 Top Environmental Books to Learn About Climate Science and Sustainability

9 Top Environmental Books to Learn About Climate Science and Sustainability

You’re here because you’re keen to learn about sustainability and are seeking to add some environmental books to your reading list (or add them to your home library!). This curated list features some of the most important and influential books on the topic of climate change, environment and sustainability. From climate science and the devastating...

5 Ethical Fashion Books Newbies Must Read

5 Ethical Fashion Books Newbies Must Read

New to this whole ethical fashion thing? Welcome. I was once new too. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be feeling conflicted, confused, and overwhelmed with information. The fashion industry is one of the largest polluters in the world, and it can feel pretty devastating to hear that humans have caused this catastrophic destruction through...

Win a Copy of Leslie Landis’ ‘CHENDELL: A Natural Warrior’ Book by American author Leslie Landis

Win a Copy of Leslie Landis’ ‘CHENDELL: A Natural Warrior’ Book by American author Leslie Landis

American author Leslie Landis’ CHENDELL: A Natural Warrior is a 163-page realistic fantasy adventure story featuring two eco-conscious protagonists and weaving in the themes of love, family, purpose and ecology. It is told in a captivating style infused with wit and humor. It follows the lives of Jamie Chen and Robin Dell, two people from different...

Free E-Book ‘Questioning Meat’ by Robin Schaper is for the Wannabe Vegan

Free E-Book ‘Questioning Meat’ by Robin Schaper is for the Wannabe Vegan

Can’t stand militant extremist vegans? Neither can I – and I’m vegan. Their non-compassionate, preachy, judge-y viewpoints really turn me off and at times gets me fired up. On the rare occasion a vegan gets too much, I’m thinking: “Just because you love animals doesn’t make you a better human – in fact, from what I’ve just experienced,...

Eco Fashion Book Review: Wardrobe Crisis By Clare Press

Eco Fashion Book Review: Wardrobe Crisis By Clare Press

As a long time advocate for sustainable and responsibly made fashion, it pleases me when I read an ethical fashion book that teaches valuable lessons in a disarmingly honest and intelligent way. Wardrobe Crisis: How We Went From Sunday Best to Fast Fashion by fashion journalist and Marie Claire editor-at-large Clare Press doesn’t disappoint. In this fascinating book, Clare argues...

6 Steps to a Sustainable Wardrobe

6 Steps to a Sustainable Wardrobe

Looking to transition away from fast fashion but not sure where to begin? Seeking practical advice on creating a greener closet? While some of the answers will be found within the pages of this website (that is, if you can be bothered to trawl through hundreds of posts) there is a much better resource available:...

Book Review: New Slow City by William Powers

Book Review: New Slow City by William Powers

Slow is the new black. Or rather, Urban Slow is the new black. A lifestyle trend that is increasingly being adopted across the globe, slow living is no longer the exclusive domain of country folk, the Amish community or the humble snail. In a world driven by the 3 Cs – competition, consumption, cash –...