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  1. Fight the Power by Sean Michael Wilson and Benjamin Dickson

    Fight the Power by Sean Michael Wilson and Benjamin Dickson

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    A unique, historical graphic novel that captures key moments in the fight against oppression through the centuries. Features a range of styles and contributors, including the cult artist Hunt Emerson. Size: 26cm x 17cm, 192 pages.   Learn More
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    Slow Fashion by Safia Minney

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    Slow Fashion offers creatives, entrepreneurs & ethical consumers alike a glimpse into the innovative world of the Eco-concept store movement, sustainable design & business that puts people, livelihoods and sustainability central to everything they do.   Learn More
  3. Lusaka Punk and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2015

    Lusaka Punk and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2015

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    The Caine Prize for African Writing 2015 brings together the five shortlisted authors' stories along with 12 other stories from the best new writers. Insightful, arresting and entertaining - this collection reflects the richness and range of current African writing. 'To me this isn’t just the best fiction Africa has to offer, it’s some of the best fiction the world has to offer...These writers are a reminder that there’s a huge production of literature going on in Africa that can and should be part of the global conversation.' - Cóilín Parsons, Irish literary scholar. Available in paperback or a variety of eBook formats. Pages: 240 Paperback ISBN: 978-1-78026-228-4 eBook ISBN: 978-1-78026-229-1   Learn More
  4. Why Women Will Save the Planet

    Why Women Will Save the Planet

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    Women's empowerment is critical to environmental sustainability, isn't it? When Friends of the Earth asked this question on Facebook half of respondents said yes and half said no, with women as likely to say no as men. 

    This collection of articles and interviews, from some of the leading lights of the environmental and feminist movements, demonstrates that achieving gender equality is vital if we are to protect the environment upon which we all depend. It is a rallying call to environmental campaigning groups and other environmentalists who have, on the whole, neglected women's empowerment in their work. We hope that the book will encourage the environmental movement and women's movement to join in fighting the twin evils of women's oppression and environmental degradation, because social justice and environmental sustainability are two sides of the same coin. 

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  5. NoNonsense Renewable Energy by Danny Chivers

    NoNonsense Renewable Energy by Danny Chivers

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    Explains solar, wind, hydro, wave, geothermal and other technologies, and how to break the barriers to a 100-per-cent renewable world.

    'An essential read for anyone who is planning to be part of the energy revolution.' - Kim Bryan, Centre for Alternative Technology, Wales.

    Paperback, 160 pages.   Learn More

  6. NoNonsense International Development by Maggie Black

    NoNonsense International Development by Maggie Black

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    This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand both the illusions, and the realities, of development’s promises. With over 50,000 copies sold, this is fast becoming one of the most accessible and influential books on the subject - fully revised and updated.

    'A brilliant overview, comprehensive but succinct, radical but realistic, critical but balanced. It fills a gap in development writing.' - Robert Chambers, IDS Sussex.

    Paperback, 144 pages.   Learn More

  7. NoNonsense Globalization by Wayne Ellwood

    NoNonsense Globalization by Wayne Ellwood

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    Explains and examines globalization from all angles - and explores strategies for redesigning the global economy in the common interest.

    'For all who seek to think past corporate slogans to life-responsible government, this is a concise and valuable overview.' - Professor John McCurtry, University of Guelph, Canada.

    Paperback, 144 pages.   Learn More

  8. The Gonjon Pin and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2014

    The Gonjon Pin and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2014

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    The Caine Prize for African Writing 2014 brings together the five shortlisted authors' stories along with 12 other stories from the best new writers. Insightful, arresting and entertaining - this collection reflects the richness and range of current African writing.   Learn More
  9. Why Things Are Going To Get Worse - And Why We Should Be Glad by Michael Roscoe

    Why Things Are Going To Get Worse - And Why We Should Be Glad by Michael Roscoe

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    Written by Financial Times journalist Michael Roscoe, this book explores why we must forget about growth, recognize that all wealth comes from the earth and share earnings more fairly. Using graphs, it creates a powerful picture of why our economy is getting worse and how we can make things better. 'If you want to gain a better understanding of macro economics and the relationship between money, wealth and work, read this book. The author brings new ideas into an old subject, supporting his arguments with real data.' - Michael Crawshaw, Former Head of European Research, Citigroup. Paperback, 352 pages.   Learn More
  10. Under An African Sky:  A journey to the frontline of climate change. by Peter Hudson

    Under An African Sky: A journey to the frontline of climate change. by Peter Hudson

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    The author has been visiting the same village in Mauritania on the remote edge of the Sahara for over twenty years. This is the story of his most recent journey there – an intense and engaging day-by-day account through which global change and inequality are made human. 'In a market of tired Wanderlust this book attempts something new and rather different and will appeal to the well-traveled, language-learning, culturally curious adventurous soul. - New Welsh Review. Paperback, 235 pages.   Learn More

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