Amidst the tragedies and challenges of the current global pandemic, it’s hard to imagine humanity facing any greater threat. Yet alongside everything we’re facing, the climate crisis is worsening every day, and, on its current trajectory, will vastly overshadow Covid-19 as the defining disaster of our generation – Connie Noble is a novel that brings this sharply into focus.
‘I have nothing to wear,’ you think, staring into an overflowing wardrobe. The devil on your shoulder, a trillion-dollar industry in disguise, tells you that the answer lies in a brand-new outfit.
Creativity, nature and the human spirit... Whether a creative, entrepreneur or educator, this great resource is sure to spark critical thinking and invigorate the sense of purpose for your work
For more than fifty years international development assistance has been provided to poor countries around the world. In a new book, ‘The End of Development: A Global History of Poverty and Prosperity’ Andrew Brooks explores why development has failed to improve livelihoods. Here he discusses some of the environmental consequences of dam building and the problems of debt in Africa.
Think before you spend: Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez book Your Money or Your Life will soon celebrate its 25th birthday. This is not just a book anymore – with nearly a million copies sold in about a dozen languages, it has now become a phenomenon