All of my books to date have been written in the back study of our family home in Barnes. At least one, The Green Consumer Guide, was written with builders’ feet crashing through the ceiling above our heads – Julia (Hailes) and I wrote back to back at that point, with desks facing opposing walls. The books listed here have been categorised under four headings: business; consumer and lifestyle; science and technology; and other. I’m not really sure where the latest book would fall. Written with Pamela Hartigan, Managing Director of The Schwab Foundation (www.schwabfound.org), it is published by Harvard Business School Press [http://www.hbsp.harvard.edu]. The focus this time around is on social and environmental entrepreneurs—and on what they can teach mainstream business people and government policy-makers.
The Ecology of Tomorrow’s World (1980). – More
The Green Capitalists (1987).
Green Pages (1988).
The Green Business Guide (1991).
Cannibals with Forks (1997).
The Chrysalis Economy (2001).
The Power of Unreasonable People (2008).
The Green Consumer Guide (1988).
The Green Consumer’s Supermarket Shopping Guide (1989).
The Young Green Consumer’s Guide (1990).
Holidays That Don’t Cost the Earth (1992).
Manual 2000 (1998).
The New Foods Guide (2001).
(which invariably also has business dimensions):
Sun Traps (1984).
The Poisoned Womb (1985).
The Gene Factory (1985).
Other: To date, there is only one book in this category:
A Year in the Greenhouse (1990)