1. NoNonsense Renewable Energy by Danny Chivers

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    NoNonsense Renewable Energy by Danny Chivers

    Explains solar, wind, hydro, wave, geothermal and other technologies, and how to break the barriers to a 100-per-cent renewable world.

    'An essential read for anyone who is planning to be part of the energy revolution.' - Kim Bryan, Centre for Alternative Technology, Wales.

    Also available as an eBook

  2. Cooked Up: Food Fiction from Around the World (anthology) Cooked Up: Food Fiction from Around the World (anthology)

    Starting at: £7.99

    Cooked Up: Food Fiction from Around the World (anthology)

    Our relationship with food is explored and reflected in all its delectable diversity in this collection of sixteen authors' stories. 'A rich collection of short stories by various writers where food is a weapon or armour, an expression of deep conservatism or freedom, a metaphor for our times and much more besides.' - The Independent. Also available as an eBook
  3. Blacklisted: The Secret War between Big Business and Union Activists by Dave Smith and Phil Chamberlain Blacklisted: The Secret War between Big Business and Union Activists by Dave Smith and Phil Chamberlain

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    Blacklisted: The Secret War between Big Business and Union Activists by Dave Smith and Phil Chamberlain

    In the second updated edition published in September 2016, investigative journalist Phil Chamberlain and Dave Smith, blacklisted construction worker, lift the lid on the shameful and immoral practices and detail the historic High Court victory and the Pitchford public inquiry into undercover policing. ‘In the last year the story has moved on tremendously. If you were shocked first time round, be prepared for the second edition.’ - Phil Chamberlain

    Now with photographs.

    First edition published March 2015

  4. The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting by Zion Lights The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting by Zion Lights

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    The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting by Zion Lights

    Although many families aspire to be green, there is no comprehensive lifestyle guide available for them when they become parents - until now. This is the first book to provide information for living a truly green lifestyle in the UK that is based on sound science. 'When The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting landed on our desks we thought we knew what we were in for - except we didn't. And that's because journalist and mum of two Zion Lights has turned the cliched hippy dippy image of green mama mantras on its head and instead rammed her brilliant book with heaps of common sense and evidence-based facts...If you're looking for reassurance that you are doing the right thing, it's all here.' - Gurgle Magazine

    Available in paperback or as an eBook

  5. Under An African Sky: A journey to the frontline of climate change by Peter Hudson Under An African Sky: A journey to the frontline of climate change by Peter Hudson

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    Under An African Sky: A journey to the frontline of climate change by Peter Hudson

    The author has been visiting the same village in Mauritania on the remote edge of the Sahara for over twenty years. This is the story of his most recent journey there – an intense and engaging day-by-day account through which global change and inequality are made human. 'In a market of tired Wanderlust this book attempts something new and rather different and will appeal to the well-traveled, language-learning, culturally curious adventurous soul. - New Welsh Review.
  6. Why Things Are Going To Get Worse - And Why We Should Be Glad by Michael Roscoe

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    Why Things Are Going To Get Worse - And Why We Should Be Glad by Michael Roscoe

    Written by Financial Times journalist Michael Roscoe, this book explores why we must forget about growth, recognize that all wealth comes from the earth and share earnings more fairly. Using graphs, it creates a powerful picture of why our economy is getting worse and how we can make things better. 'If you want to gain a better understanding of macro economics and the relationship between money, wealth and work, read this book. The author brings new ideas into an old subject, supporting his arguments with real data.' - Michael Crawshaw, Former Head of European Research, Citigroup. Paperback, 352 pages.
  7. SOS Alternatives to Capitalism by Richard Swift SOS Alternatives to Capitalism by Richard Swift

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    SOS Alternatives to Capitalism by Richard Swift

    Combining the practical with the visionary, Richard Swift shows that finding alternatives to capitalism is no longer an academic issue for the left – it is an urgent planetary necessity. 'Richard Swift's S.O.S. Alternatives to Capitalism makes a major contribution to changing the parameters of political debate. It helps us move beyond the pseudo-alternatives of the political mainstream and begin to work for the kind of change we can believe in without being delusional.' John P Clark, Professor of Philosophy; Loyola. Also available as an eBook
  8. Austerity: The Demolition of the Welfare State and the Rise of the Zombie Economy

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    Austerity: The Demolition of the Welfare State and the Rise of the Zombie Economy

    A scathing critique of Austerity, the transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich, and the long-term project to deliver our hospitals and schools into the hands of corporate power. 'Please read this book. In an age of cynicism, disinformation, sloppy journalism and despair, this is a joy – a heart-breaking, well-informed, intelligent and important joy. Read this book and tell anyone else you meet to read this book. It could help to save us all.’ - AL Kennedy, writer & performer.
  9. Goodbye God? by Sean Michael Wilson & Hunt Emerson Goodbye God? by Sean Michael Wilson & Hunt Emerson

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    Goodbye God? by Sean Michael Wilson & Hunt Emerson

    An illustrated critique of the negative impacts of religion centred on an appeal for the teaching of creationism to be dropped from education. 'We need books like Goodbye God? to help expose both religious and scientific nonsense that can get in the way of sound thinking and to help produce a healthier and happier world with public policies that properly address the challenges of the 21st century.' - Professor Lawrence M Krauss, author of A Universe from Nothing.
  10. Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward

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    Baba Didi and the Godwits by Nicola Muir and Annie Hayward

    The story of a fantastical flight, and of the courage and endurance it takes for birds - and people - to keep going to reach a safe destination.
    'Highly recommended ... Sparkling, fantastical illustrations enchant, sprucing up a tough life with a bit of magic and imagination.' - Foreword reviews
    Hardback, 32 pages