Haven’t read this book yet, but it sounds very cool:
The reviews are rolling in. Bill McKibben calls it “the Whole Earth Catalog retooled for the iPod generation.” BusinessWeek says the book “reads like a smart, hip mini-encyclopedia of what’s new and what’s next in green technologies and earth-conscious ideas.” Climate champion Laurie David calls it “The seminal resource guide for anyone concerned about today and the future.” Earth Day founder Denis Hayes says, “Worldchanging might well be the most complete, compelling articulation of the possible look and feel and actual operation of a sustainable society ever written.” New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert says “Read it: it may change your life.” Grist says “Buy a few copies and give them as gifts. Buy one for your local coffee shop or cafe to leave out for public perusal. Buy one and send it to Sen. James Inhofe. But be sure to buy it.”
More on the Worldchanging website.