40 years of books without bosses, 1977-2017
Tales of International Development
By Jacques Claessens Translated by Nigel Spencer
Is international development work all smoke and mirrors?
Published June 2018
How to Buy Less Stuff and Save the World
By Richard Denniss
Affluenza is that strange desire we feel to spend money we don’t have to buy things we don’t need to impress people we don’t know. So how do we cure ourselves?
Published January 2018
Oligarchy, Collapse, and the Crisis of Civilization
By Kevin MacKay
Can we shift the trajectory of human evolution from collapse to sustainability?
Published June 2017
Canada and the Military Coup in Honduras
By Tyler Shipley
Exposing imperial Canada’s ugly foreign policy in Honduras
Published April 2017
Alternatives to Capitalism, 2nd edition
By Richard Swift
Solutions for Saving Our Species
Published November 2016
How the Food System Drives Climate Change and What We Can Do About It
By GRAIN Edited by Henk Hobbelink
Are we starving sustainability?
Published October 2016
By Zion Lights
How can the modern family live an environmentally friendly lifestyle?
Published May 2016
Cleaner, fairer ways to power the planet
By Danny Chivers
A roadmap to powering the world sustainably and democratically.
Published October 2015
Illusions and realities
By Maggie Black
What “development” actually is - and isn’t.
A National Wake-Up Call
By Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson Foreword by Naomi Klein
The history and hopes of Indigenous struggles
Published April 2015
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