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In Search of Grace by Peter Reason

In Search of Grace

Peter Reason

Oct 2017

We must transform our perception of our relationship with the Earth, if we ever hope to save ourselves from ecological disaster.

Rise Up - with Wings Like Eagles by Chris  Sunderland

Rise Up - with Wings Like Eagles

Chris Sunderland

Dec 2016

Discover inner strength and wisdom to transform our relationship with the Earth.

Seven Deadly Whites, The by Karl Elliot-Gough

Seven Deadly Whites, The

Karl Elliot-Gough

May 2016

Revealing how the diet of today is directly linked to the diseases of civilization (cancer, heart disease, diabetes, depression, dementia, ADD and more).

Other Than Mother - Choosing Childlessness with Life in Mind by  Kamalamani

Other Than Mother - Choosing Childlessness with Life in Mind

Kamalamani

Apr 2016

Choosing to have children is a private decision with global consequences. 'Other Than Mother' explores the terrain of this decision-making process.

Safe Planet  by John Cowsill

Safe Planet

John Cowsill

Sep 2014

A roadmap towards a safe planet.

In Defence of Life  by Julian Rose

In Defence of Life

Julian Rose

Nov 2013

Written from the heart, this book has the power to lift the reader into another dimension. A clarion call for a new dynamic.

This Is Hope: Green Vegans and the New Human Ecology by Will Anderson

This Is Hope: Green Vegans and the New Human Ecology

Will Anderson

Mar 2013

This Is Hope compares the outcomes of two human ecologies; one is tragic, the other full of promise.

Eyes of the Wild by Eleanor O'Hanlon

Eyes of the Wild

Eleanor O'Hanlon

Dec 2012

The ancient understanding of animals as guides to self-knowledge and the soul comes alive in close encounters with some of the most magnificent creatures of the wild.

Exposing the Big Game by Jim Robertson

Exposing the Big Game

Jim Robertson

Jun 2012

Forget hunters’ feeble rationalizations and trust your gut feelings

GreenSpirit by Marian Van Eyk McCain

GreenSpirit

Marian Van Eyk McCain

Apr 2010

Collection of essays on 21st Century green spirituality and its key role in creating a peaceful, just and sustainable world.

NaturesScope by Alan Rayner

NaturesScope

Alan Rayner

Jan 2012

NaturesScope offers a new way of relating to our natural evolutionary origins and one another that inspires empathy and co-creativity.

Planet as Self by Sky McCain

Planet as Self

Sky McCain

Jan 2012

Identifies fully with the living Earth, drawing the reader towards a higher consciousness - and the planet towards a healthier future.

Protein Myth, The by David Gerow Irving

Protein Myth, The

David Gerow Irving

Sep 2011

The Protein Myth powerfully illustrates that the way to vibrant health and a peaceful world is to stop exploiting animals.

Downshifting Made Easy by Marian Van Eyk McCain

Downshifting Made Easy

Marian Van Eyk McCain

May 2011

A simple, useful guidebook for anyone seeking to move and thrive, healthily and happily, into the coming 'Age of Sustainability'.

Simplicity Made Easy by Jennifer Kavanagh

Simplicity Made Easy

Jennifer Kavanagh

May 2011

Simplicity is more than a lifestyle option: it is a way of life.

Acorns Among the Grass by Caroline Brazier

Acorns Among the Grass

Caroline Brazier

May 2011

Reconnecting with the natural world, we discover our deep relationship with life. Environmental work nourishes us psychologically and spiritually.

Nature as Mirror by Stephanie June Sorrell

Nature as Mirror

Stephanie June Sorrell

Feb 2011

Everything in life is an organic process. This work helps to reflect back to you where you are in your own process.

Spirituality Unveiled by  Santoshan

Spirituality Unveiled

Santoshan

Feb 2011

Spirituality Unveiled invites us to join in the important search to find a healthy interaction with life.

Hope For Humanity by Christine Connelly, Malcolm Hollick

Hope For Humanity

Christine Connelly
Malcolm Hollick

Feb 2011

For civilization to survive we must become aware of the impact of trauma and act to prevent and heal it.

Weaving the Cosmos by Chris Clarke

Weaving the Cosmos

Chris Clarke

Jul 2010

Using ecology to unite science and religion, healing ourselves, our society and the planet.

Approaching Chaos by Lucy Wyatt

Approaching Chaos

Lucy Wyatt

Jan 2010

Civilisation can survive by learning from the social, spiritual and technological secrets of ancient civilisations such as Egypt.

Enough Is Plenty by Anne B Ryan

Enough Is Plenty

Anne B Ryan

Nov 2009

Examines the philosophy of enough, placing people and planet above money and state.

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  • Lucy WyattLucy WyattLucy Wyatt grew up in the university town of Cambridge, UK. After leaving Sussex University with deg...
  • Eleanor O'HanlonEleanor O'HanlonEleanor O'Hanlon was born in the West of Ireland and has a degree in German and French language and ...
  • Anne B RyanAnne B RyanAnne B. Ryan is currently a university lecturer in adult and community education in Ireland. She has...
  • David Gerow IrvingDavid Gerow IrvingDavid Irving has written poetry, fairy tales, plays, short stories, essays, newspaper articles, and ...
  • Julian RoseJulian RoseJulian Rose is the the owner/manager of a 'Country Estate' in South Oxfordshire. Reluctantly initia...
  • Will AndersonWill AndersonWill’s formal entry into environmental nonprofit work was with his 1978 founding of Greenpeace Ala...
  • Caroline BrazierCaroline BrazierCaroline Brazier is a Buddhist and a psychotherapist with a passion for the natural world. Leader of...
  •  Kamalamani KamalamaniKamalamani is an Embodied-Relational Therapist (a form of body-based psychotherapy), supervisor, fac...
  • Chris ClarkeChris ClarkeUntil 1999 Chris Clarke was Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Southampton. His t...
  • Jim RobertsonJim RobertsonJim Robertson is a wildlife photographer and self-taught naturalist who makes his home in a remote w...
  • Peter ReasonPeter ReasonPeter Reason is a writer and a sailor whose work links the tradition of nature writing with the ecol...
  • Karl Elliot-GoughKarl Elliot-GoughKarl Elliot-Gough studied archaeology/anthropology, fell into the music business, and produced, mana...
  • Christine ConnellyChristine ConnellyChristine Connelly worked for 35 years as an occupational therapist in Australia whilst exploring ma...
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