Saturday, April 02, 2005

The Natural Advantage of Nations - WorldChanging

A Newly Electric Green – Sustainable Energy, Resources and Design
Anyone interested in the practical details of building a bright green future needs to read this book. It's an absolutely critical overview of our progress towards sustainability thus far, 500+ information-packed pages on what's working best.

Intended by folks at the Natural Edge Project to be a sequel to Natural Capitalism [most of which you can read online, by the way], Natural Advantage does the best job I've yet seen of sweeping the vista of sustainability-related issues, with pragmatic examinations of best-practices in business and government; issue-wrangling essays on profitable green house solutions, greening the built environment and sustainable transportation; probing inquiries into the nature of major planetary problems -- the list goes on.

link via WorldChanging

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