Reve en vert sustainable book recommendations

All We Can Save, Ayana Eliza Johnson

Reve en vert sustainable book recommendations
Reve en vert sustainable book recommendations

Plants For The People, Erin Lovell Verinder

All We Can Save, Ayana Eliza Johnson

A collection of essays from the women at the forefront of the climate movement, this is a truly remarkable and inspirational read which celebrates the women who are leading the way in climate solutions. With the current state of our world, we can so often feel disheartened. This book left us feeling empowered, reminding us that action is always the antidote to despair!

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The Nature Fix, Florence Williams

Recommended to us by Arizona Muse on her podcast episode, The Nature Fix explores the extraordinary power that our natural world has in improving our physical and mental wellbeing. Not only is this book a fascinating read, it also gave us great reassurance and comfort knowing just how beneficial the simple act of getting outside can be!

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Let My People Go Surfing, Yvon Chouinard

This incredible book is a study on how to run a business ethically and in a way where your employees are allowed to live their lives to the fullest, whilst also truly enjoying their work. What Yvon has done with Patagonia is such an inspiration to us here at REV, and his life stories are just fascinating. It makes us believe that business really can be done for good, and we can’t recommend it enough!

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The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible, Charles Eisenstein

This book is one of the most compelling arguments we’ve ever read about coming together as a society and breaking down the barriers we have built up around traditional infrastructures and ways of doing things. The author poses very real questions that make you possibly reconsider the way you have lived up until now, what you thought success meant and how you interact with ideas such as success and happiness. It’s one of those books that you will go back to time and time again for it’s wisdom and beauty.

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Plants For The People, Erin Lovell Verinder

This lovely book by Erin Lovell Verinder is the perfect introduction to understanding the medicinal powers of plants. She talks you through the benefits and usages of different herbs, plants, and certain vegetables. A wonderful book to have on the shelf in case you need a little herbal help kicking a cold. Read more about our editorial on immunity foods inspired by this book here.

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Wasted: When Trash Becomes Treasure, Katie Treggiden

This book by Katie Treggiden explores how everyday household and industrial waste could in fact be the valuable raw materials of the future. In a world where natural resources are dwindling, Wasted celebrates the designers offering innovative solutions and shares their stories of creation alongside some truly beautiful photography.

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Fashionopolis: Why What We Wear Matters, Dana Thomas

This is one of those books that will truly make you reconsider the way you consume – Dana’s incredible journalistic research and deep dives into some of the world’s largest fashion companies truly show us the environmental and human impact of the clothing we buy. What she reveals will leave you deeply troubled about the present state of the fashion industry, but also deeply compelled to be a part of the solution.

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Who Cares Wins, Lily Cole

Despite there being so much despair and devastation in our world right now, Lily Cole’s book left us feeling both optimistic and empowered that we as individuals can make a difference towards a better, more sustainable world. This brilliant ‘call to action’ book explores topics including renewable energy, gender equality, fast food and fast fashion.

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The Kinfolk Garden, John Burns

This is one of those truly beautiful books that you can turn to time and time again – the text is as beautiful as the imagery and the stories of the people behind some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. This is on most of our coffee tables, and it a wonderful reminder of the power of nature in creating a beautiful home. Likewise, it will inspire you to remember to always get planting, the world can always use more trees, flowers, shrubs, etc.!

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Renegade Beauty, Nadine Artemis

Nadine Artemis, founder of the organic beauty line, Living Libations, brings into question all conventional notions of beauty and wellness in Renegade Beauty. In this book she exposes the hard truths of the beauty industry and shares simple switches for a healthier lifestyle, both to protect the planet and ourselves. You even learn how to create your own tinctures and products!

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