Thursday, January 6, 2011

Human Affairs Naturally

They are human affairs naturally - Capitalism and Food Politics - but nothing short of an ecological learning for wanting to know them more as we do flowers and trees, seastars and worms, birds, butterflies and bees. I do believe they make essential reading for anyone who cares for the earth and wants to understand the depth and degree human impact has on the environment. These engaging books I thus recommend you, most delightfully, to weigh and consider the issues in today's world.

They can be found in our public libraries; readings guaranteed to make your train rides a breeze! Sample reviews below. Cheers!

23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang

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Food Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know by Robert Paarlberg

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