The Sacred Balance – Rediscovering Our Place in Nature
By: David Suzuki, Amanda McConnell and […]

This extensively revised edition of his best-selling book, David Suzuki reflects on the increasingly radical changes in nature and science - from global warming to the science behind mother/baby interactions - and examines what they mean for humankind’s place in the world.
The book starts by presenting the concept of people as creatures of the Earth who depend on its gifts of air, water, soil, and sun energy.

Organizational Survival - Profitable Strategies for a Sustainable Future
By: Gregory Balestrero and Nathalie Ido


Organizational Survival provides a rational, research-based approach to creating a durable business strategy designed to meet the needs of today's customers and position an organization to outperform while positively impacting society and the bottom line.

The Speed of TRUST -
By: Stephen M.R. Covey.

“It’s a low-trust world. The danger is that in a low-trust world, we become more cautious, distrusting and suspicious. We don’t embrace the possibilities out there.”

“TRUST is like air we breathe. When it’s present, nobody really notices. But when it’s absent everybody notices” – Warren Buffett

The Alchemist - By: Paulo Coelho
A Fable About Following Your Dream

Originally written in Portuguese by its Brazilian-born author, it has been translated into at least 56 languages as of September 2012. An allegorical novel, The Alchemist follows a young Andalusian shepherd named Santiago in his journey to Egypt, after having a recurring dream of finding treasure there. The book is an international bestseller and has sold more than 65 million copies, best-selling books in history and setting the Guinness World Record for most translated book by a living author.

Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability
By: Keivan Zokaei – Hunter Lovins – Andy Wood – Peter Hines -

Things that are good for the planet are also good for business. Numerous studies from the likes of the Economist Intelligence Unit, Harvard, MIT Sloan, and others indicate that organizations that commit to goals of zero waste, zero harmful emissions, and zero use of non-renewable resources clearly outperform their competition.

What the Bleep Do We Know!? - Discover the Endless Possibilities for Altering your Everyday Reality.
By: William Arntz, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente

Why do we continue making the same mistakes? Why are we having the same relationships? Why do we keep getting the same jobs over and over again? In this infinite sea of potential around us, how come we keep creating...

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