Just a reminder - Each week we present you here with list of 10 recommended e-books on a variety of green issues - from climate change and conservation to sustainable living and green marketing. Most of these green ebooks are new and were either released in the last month or two or about to be released (but already available as ebooks).
The links of these ebooks are to Amazon.com and I apologize in advance to all the Nook, iPad, Kobo and Sony Reader owners. I hope you can easily find an ebook you'll like on other ebookstores. This is also the place to disclose that we're taking part in Amazon's affiliate program and therefore will receive a small percentage of every purchase made using these links. We hope you don't mind! You can find all the lists published so far on our recommended green ebooks webpage.
Without further ado, here's this week's list of 10 recommended green e-books:
1. Pick Your Battle: Your Guide to Urban Foraging, Hollywood Movies, Late Capitalism, and the Communist Alternative (a memoir) by Douglas Lain - Amazon Digital Services (May 8, 2011)
2. Earthship I want one by Michael Reynolds - Earthship Biotecture (April 30, 2011)
3. How to start an Urban Farm by Matt Mayer - Amazon Digital Services (March 4, 2011)
4. Great Eggspectations? by Rus Slater - GA&P ePublishing; 1.0 edition (April 28, 2011)
5. The Oil Price (The Oil Price Trilogy) by Guy Lane - Amazon Digital Services (April 27, 2011)
6.Original Instructions by Melissa K. Nelson - Bear & Company (April 19, 2011)
7. GREEN FACILITIES HANDBOOK: SIMPLE & PROFITABLE STRATEGIES FOR MANAGERS by Eric Woodruff - The Fairmont Press (April 18, 2011)
8. Easiest And Cheapest Way To Start Organic Gardening At Home - "Creating Fun For The Family" by Willem M Strydom Strydom (Author), Marthina Strydom (Editor) - Amazon Digital Services (April 26, 2011)
9. Climate Change and Land Policies by Gregory Ingram (Editor) , Yu-Hung Hong (Editor) - Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (May 10, 2011)
10. Urban Design: The Composition of Complexity by Ron Kasprisin - T & F Books UK (May 3, 2011)See you next week!
Yours, Raz @ Eco-Libris