• meepers

    Another green way to get the books you want is do book swaps online…you only have to pay postage, and unlike library books, you get to keep them!

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  • http://www.ecoprintworks.com Peter Imai

    If you liked omnivore’s dilemma, you might like ‘food revolution’ by John Robbins, or ‘green for life’ by Victoria Boutenko.

    Great blog… keep up the good work.

    EcoPrintworks

  • http://www.greentextbooks.org green

    I would suggest using GreenTextbooks.org
    Save Money, Save The Planet
    GreenTextbooks.org specializes in the recycling of textbooks, DVDs, CDs. Buying used textbooks not only saves you money, but cuts down on greenhouse gases caused by the manufacturing of new textbooks.
    With GreenTextbooks.org you’re not only saving trees, you are saving some green.
    http://www.greentextbooks.org

  • Tracy

    If you like Rachel Carson, you might enjoy “Women in Green: Voices of Sustainable Design”. It was written by two authors, one of which works with William McDonough who authored the great “Cradle to Cradle” book. It’s a fun book packed with information that’s easy to pick up whenever you need a solid inspirational dose of green!