Can humans suppress their appetite to accumulate and possess the treasures of the Earth? Or are we evolutionarily hardwired to squirrel away what we perceive as valuable?
A fascinating look at love, elephants and one woman's journey.
There's a reason BMW's 118d sports hatch won the 2008 World Green Car of the year. Not only is it efficient, but it's just beautiful to drive.
As you'd expect from Greens Senator Bob Brown, this is a political book, though not in the conventional sense.
This is an absolutely beautiful book with abundant colour photographs and stunning design. It's also a great overview of sustainable travel experiences throughout Australia.
This is more than a textbook on the science of climate change translated into kid-friendly language. It draws on scientific, historical, political and personal perspectives to inform and motivate readers to get involved.
The End of the Line, a documentary based on a book of the same name by UK investigative journalist Charles Clover, takes a look at the crisis caused by overfishing.
A compilation of good news stories about successful efforts to rescue all kinds of creatures from extinction, written by British primatologist and environmental activist Jane Goodall.
In this measured, solidly argued book, climate scientist and economist Ben McNeil shows why and how Australia's transition to a low-carbon economy, the sooner the better, is vital for our long-term prosperity.