Book group

Abstract picture of a pile of books on a shelf
“Green” books you’ve been meaning to read? Or have read and want to discuss with others?

Transition Tavistock Sustainability Book Group

A chance to reflect on books by some of the inspirational writers with ideas on how to live sustainably and respond well to the climate and nature crises. As with all our initiatives, it will be shaped by those who take part!

We will meet online, through Zoom. There is no cost, but you need to register in advance (via Eventbrite) to get the joining details.

As with all purchases, we encourage consideration of ethics and sustainability when buying books. You can also borrow print or e-book copies via Devon Libraries.

A 10% discount on the selected book will usually be available from BookStop, 3 Market St, Tavistock (Check in meeting details.)

Next meeting:

Tuesday 21st September 2021 7.30pm – 9pm Register here.

“Doughnut Economics” by Kate Raworth (2017)

Book cover for Doughnut Economics

“Anyone can see that our economic system is broken. But can it be fixed? …. Identifies seven critical ways in which mainstream economics has led us astray … and offers an alternative roadmap…. that meets the needs of all within the means of the planet.”

See here for Kate Raworth bio. For a taster of the ideas, watch her 15min TED talk from 2018.

BookStop offer a 10% discount if you tell them you are buying this title in connection with the Transition Tavistock Book Group.