Tag Archives: green
High Voltage – The Fast Track to Plug in the Auto Industry, Jim Motavalli, – 2011 Electric car enthusiasts will want to read this book, as will anyone interested in the future of transportation. Hard cover, very readable, 200 pages.
Techno-fix – Why Technology Won’t save Us or the Environment, Michael Huesemann, – 2011 400 pages.
Home, Sweet Zero Energy Home – What It Takes to Develop Great Homes That Won’t Cost Anything to Heat, Cool or Light Up, Without Going Broke or Crazy, Barry Rehfeld, – 2011 Homeowners will want to read this very practical … Continue reading
The Smart Guide to Geothermal – How to Harvest Earth’s Free Energy for Heating & Cooling, Donal Lloyd, 2011 This book is for the homeowner who is looking to improve the heating and cooling systems. Geothermal is the way to … Continue reading
Maintaining Mountain Bikes – The Do-it-yourself Guide, Melanie Allwood, 2010 You want your bicycle to work well and last for many years, so read this excellent book. The new technology includes hydraulic disc brakes and air suspension. Large format, 200 … Continue reading
Powering the Dream – The History and Promise of Green Technology, Alexis Madrigal, (- 2011) This book is mostly about the history of Green technologies, but you need to understand that before you can create the future of green. Hardcover, … Continue reading
The Sustainable Network – The Accidental Answer for A Troubled Planet, Sarah Sorensen, O’Reilly, 2009 This book, for people who want a gentle introduction to computer networking, also promotes green practices such as recycling. It also introduces basic security and … Continue reading
2030 – Technology That Will Change the World, R. A. van Santen, Oxford University Press, 2010 Hardcover. 300 pages.
Build your Own Electric Bicycle, Matthew Slinn, (- 2010) If you want an electric bike, here is a do-it-yourself guide to selecting the components, assembling, and troubleshooting it. 250 pages.
Solar Power for your Home, David S. Findley, McGraw-Hill, 2010 Home owners will find this slim book useful. Unfortunately, there is not much in it for the do-it-yourself crowd.