Recommended reading...

Cradle to Cradle

Remaking the Way We Make Things.
William McDonough & Michael Braungart

(New York: North Point Press 2002)


The Erosion of Civilisations
David R Montgomery
(Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University
of California Press, 2007)

Green is Good

An Insider's Story of the Battle for a Green Australia
Jeff Angel
(Sydney: ABC Books, 2008)

He Knew He Was Right

The Irrepressible Life of James Lovelock and Gaia
John Gribbin & Mary Gribbon
(London: Penguin: Allen Lane, 2009)

Hot, flat and crowded

Why the World Needs a Green Revolution –
and How We Can Renew Our Global Future
Thomas L. Friedman
(New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2008)

Now or Never

A sustainable Future for Australia?
Tim Flannery
(Quarterly Essay Issue 31: Melbourne: Schwartz Media, September 2008)

The Age of the Unthinkable

Why the new world disorder constantly surprises
us and what to do about it
Joshua Cooper Ramo
(London: Little, Brown Book Group, 2009)

The Assault on Reason

How the Politics of Fear, Secrecy and Blind Faith Subvert Wise Decision-Making, Degrade Democracy and Imperil America and the World
Al Gore
(London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2007)

The Final Call

Investigating who really pays for our holidays
Leo Hickman
(London: Transworld Publishers, 2007)

... and links

Fab Labs (MIT/USA)

Low cost labs that let people build things they need using digital & analog tools

Garnaut Climate Change Review (Australia)


Transforming Industry: Cradle to Cradle Design

Cradle to Cradle Certification

TED: Technology, Entertainment, Design (USA)

Ideas Worth Spreading

Total Environment Centre (Australia)

ECOS Magazine (CSIRO/Australia)

The Monthly (Australia)

Quarterly Essay (Australia)

Thomas L Friedman (USA)

James Howard Kunstler (USA)