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The Way Home to Love – A Guide to Peace in Turbulent Times

By Maresha Ducharme, Balboa Pres, August 1, 2017, 138 pages, $13

Book Review by George Plumb

We are certainly living in turbulent times with global warming, extreme political divisiveness, mass killings, and tremendous suffering going on around the world for a variety of reasons. How we personally deal with all the conflict that is going […]

No Is Not Enough

by Naomi Klein, Haymarket Books, June 13, 2017, 288 pages, $13

Book review by Roger Lohr

Naomi Klein’s newest publication, No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need is a culmination of her previous work and a call to heed the document called “Leap Manifesto: Caring […]

Drawdown

The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed To Reverse Global Warming

Review by Nancy Rae Mallery, Publisher, Green Energy Times

Most of us realize that we are facing the greatest challenge humanity has ever had to deal with. It is climate change.

It is a scientifically proven fact that the world […]

Climate of Hope

How Cities, Businesses, and Citizens Can Save the Planet

Michael Bloomberg speaking with Elon Musk at the Climate Summit for Local Leaders. All images courtesy of St. Martin’s Press

Edited by Paul Hawken, Penguin Books, 2017, 240 pages, $22.00

Book review by N. R. Mallery

This is the second book I […]

Bernie Sanders’ “Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In”

St. Martin’s Press, November 2016, 464 pages, $13.50

Book Review by Roger Lohr

During the Bernie Sanders run for president, the book “Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In” provides perspectives of the progressive movement in the USA. Sanders gives us a brief biography, how his campaign for president was initiated, and an outline of […]

INDOOR SALAD GARDENING

How to grow nutrient dense soil sprouted greens in less than 10 days

By Peter Burke.

196 pages. Chelsea Green Publishing. © 2015, $29.95

Book review by N.R. Mallery

Part of sustainability is taking responsibility and being accountable for our needs. While Green Energy Times focuses much attention on renewable energy, building efficiency, […]

Book Review: Frackopoly: The Battle For The Future Of Energy And The Environment

By Wenonah Hauter

The New Press, June 2016, 346 pages, $27.95

Book review by Tammy Reiss

Every registered American voter should read Frackopoly because nothing scares corrupt corporations, lobbyists, and politicians more than a well-informed voter. Frackopoly is full of fearlessly exposed history and detailed information. It can enlighten any […]

Book Review: The Madhouse Effect

How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy

By Michael E. Mann and Tom Toles, Columbia University Press, 2016, 186 pages, $24.95

Book review by N.R. Mallery

I just want to start with saying that I wish everyone I know (or don’t know) would read this book, before […]

G.E.T.’s Recommended Reading:

NEW for 2016! Reinventing Green Building, by Jerry Yudelson. New Society Publishers, 2016. See the book review on page 26. This is a must-read for everyone interested in green building. Reinventing Green Building is an insider’s unique critique of why certified green buildings are failing to provide large-scale carbon reduction. It is a […]

Grass, Soil, Hope: A Journey Through Carbon Country

By Courtney White (Chelsea Green Publishing, May 2014, 272 pages, Paperback $19.95)

Book Review by Jennifer Highland

When was the last time you saw a book about climate change that featured the word “hope”? That alone is good reason to read this book and share it with everyone you know. Author Courtney White is so […]