We often hear that what you like best about the Worldchanging book is that it presents so many resources to turn to for learning more details about big-picture topics.
Since we released the book, we've covered hundreds more. In fact, we recently posted our 10,000th article! And as we scrolled back through the archives, we realized that, within these pieces, we've highlighted a number of excellent books, magazines and websites. Over the past few weeks, we have combed through some of the more recent articles and have culled from them a convenient guide of useful resources.
For the next five days, we will be presenting some of the best resources from our archives. Each day we will present a collection based on the Worldchanging categories: shelter, stuff, cities, politics, business, community and planet. Each piece will be a short description of the resource and a link for finding out more.
From books on how to build better cities, to websites mapping out watersheds, this resources list is bound to help you change your thinking. If you have a favorite resource that you don't see on the list, be sure to add it to the comments below.
Please note that comments will remain open for only 14 days after the article is posted. While previous comments will remain visible, attempts to post new comments after this period will fail. This helps stop comment spam, so your forebearance is appreciated.
The Worldchanging comments are meant to be used for further exploration and evaluation of the ideas covered in our posts. Please note that, while constructive disagreement is fine, insults and abuse are not, and will result in the comment being deleted and a likely ban from commenting. We will also delete at will and without warning comments we believe are designed to disrupt a conversation rather than contribute to it. In short, we'll kill troll posts.
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