Check out this eclectic selection of our new books on environmental topics:
This Crazy Time: Living Our Environmental Challenge by Tzeporah Berman with Mark Leiren-Young
From blockades to boardrooms, Tzeporah Berman has been a leading activist in Canada for the past two decades. This book is part memoir and part manifesto and is required reading for anyone wanting to understand what we can do at this critical juncture in humanity’s history.
Creating Wealth: Growing Local Economies with Local Currencies by Gwendolyn Hallsmith and Bernar Lietaer
New systems of exchange like local currencies and time banks can help create vibrant local economies and address issues of food security, health care, education and environmental problems. Case studies pepper the chapters discussing local economics, and examples of complementary currencies provide real-life examples and inspiration.
Bird, Bee and Bug Houses: Simple Projects for Your Garden by Derek Jones
Learn how to build bird, bat and bee houses and even houses for ladybugs and butterflies with a few easy steps (and power tools). Your garden will love you for the pollinators and seed-spreaders that take up residence!
Bicycling: A Reintroduction: A Visual Guide to Choosing, Repairing, Maintaining and Operating a Bicycle by Karen Ruth
This book covers it all: bike riding skills, safety on the road, clothes and accessories, parts of a bike, and how to make common repairs.