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Here is a list of books that many have found helpful or interesting in their quest for information about green living. Here is a list of books that many have found helpful or interesting in their quest for information about green living.
 +* [http://www.gregcraven.org/ What's the Worst That Could Happen?: A Rational Response to the Climate Change Debate] - by Greg Craven, who did the [http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=wonderingmind42&view=videos Youtube videos] and now has an inexpensive book that gives a few simple tools to make sense of the conflicting arguments.
* '''Small is Beautiful''' - an excellent book on appropriate technology, by ''E.F. Schumacher''. * '''Small is Beautiful''' - an excellent book on appropriate technology, by ''E.F. Schumacher''.
* [http://www.lighterfootprint.com.au/ A Lighter Footprint: a practical guide to minimising your impact on the planet], Angela Crocombe, Scribe Publications, 2007 * [http://www.lighterfootprint.com.au/ A Lighter Footprint: a practical guide to minimising your impact on the planet], Angela Crocombe, Scribe Publications, 2007

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