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Like-minded people | ETHICAL BOOK CLUB

Read, Review and Share books you have read on Ethical Fashion, Eco and Environment issues. Learn, be educated and get encouraged.

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The Complete Guide to Natural Dying

Started by David. Last reply by Anne chen Apr 8, 2014. 3 Replies

Techniques and recipes for dying fabrics, yarns and fibres at home.Eva Lambert and Tracy Kendall This book is great. The content and instructions are really simple and clear. This book has the exact…Continue

To Die For by Lucy Siegle

Started by David. Last reply by David Jan 22, 2012. 1 Reply

Is Fashion Wearing Out The World?The short answer to this question is: yes.But... If you…Continue

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Have you seen the 'top 15 eco fashion books'?

Started by Jane A. Nelson Apr 5, 2011. 0 Replies

By Eco Salon?  A very interesting list - Best,JaneContinue

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Yvon Chouinard

Started by jacqueline. Last reply by jacqueline Oct 7, 2010. 4 Replies

Yvon ChouinardLet My People Go SurfingI hear this is a very good one for ethics and business.What are your thoughts? Have you read it? like it or hated it?Continue

Salaula: the world of secondhand clothing and Zambia By Karen Tranberg Hansen

Started by jacqueline Aug 13, 2010. 0 Replies

I am tackling this mammoth of a book..its reasonable in size but quiteacademic in its context...but so so educational. I am reading it as partof my masters degree but am finding the background…Continue

Fashion Brands - Branding Style from Armani to Zara.

Started by David. Last reply by RAJ SINGH BANGA Aug 5, 2010. 1 Reply

Second Edition. By Mark Tungate.Blurb: Fashion Brands takes you on a behind-the-scenes tour of the fashion industry as you've never seen it before. Get ready for a fascinating story which investigate…Continue

Eco Colour by India Flint

Started by David May 27, 2010. 0 Replies

This book is certainly an indispensable resource if your getting into the insanity of dying your own fabrics. What I was hoping for was a book that would be like a recipe book, all neat and…Continue

ETHICAL CLOTHING - New Awareness or Fading Fashion Trend by Barbara Giesen

Started by jacqueline May 21, 2010. 0 Replies

I am reading this book (amongst 10,000 others - on a reading marathon at the moment) and am finding it to be a very good read.Highly Recommend this to you!Continue

Trading Up - The New American Luxury

Started by David. Last reply by jacqueline Apr 30, 2010. 1 Reply

Okay so you've got a million dollar company, big deal, why not aim for a hundred million dollar, or possibly billion dollar company?THE BLURB:Why do people happily pay $6 for a Panera Panini instead…Continue

The Organic Business Guide

Started by David. Last reply by David Apr 9, 2010. 2 Replies

Okay punks, this'll keep ya'll busy:Help on organic and fairtrade supply chainsThe Organic & Fairtrade Competence Centre has…Continue

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Comment by jacqueline on March 10, 2010 at 15:10
I went to the Fashioning an Ethical Industry;s conference and sat in a seminar for Foruj for the Future as they introduced their Fashion Futures 2025 project

here are some very important animation links you should view
Comment by jacqueline on March 10, 2010 at 15:07
okay i know i mentioned it a while ago...but due to a new found interest in textile waste i am reading cradle to cradle and absolutely loving gives a lot of room for thought too
if you have yet to rea it please check it out
here is the book cover for you all..

Comment by Anna on February 4, 2010 at 9:29
Barricades and Boardrooms.
Although not specifically about fashion, this is by far the most informative thing I've read on the corporate accountability movement by someone who has engaged with the private sector and clearly made quite an impact. The author is Jem Bendell, the document can be downloaded for free from UNRISD (United Nation Research Institute into Sustainable Development). Bendell's website is worth a look too, I have tended to be very skeptical of any attempts by large profit-driven corporations to integrate ethics into their operations, but this article made me see that there is a way forward, Bendell's background as an activist clearly has informed his research, and it is encouraging to read something where the so called "anti-globalisation" stance is being synthesised with a business approach.
Comment by Holly Berry on February 3, 2010 at 20:30
Business as Unusual, by Anita Roddick
Comment by Holly Berry on February 3, 2010 at 20:07
Amelia's anthology of illustration. Inventions to save the world illustrated powerfully and imaginatively by creative illustrators...gorgeous and inspiring book!
Comment by jacqueline on January 4, 2010 at 14:20
Happy new year all!!

Hope you are starting to read new books for 2010
dont forget to post all your comments on books, websites and magazines....share and let us all experience the knowledge and information you have gained on ethical issues.
Comment by jacqueline on December 8, 2009 at 9:46

an educational and mature look at sustainability
fashion pieces are good too
though my only crit would be too much use of non ethical brands (unless i am wrong) - gives it too much of a vogue feel where they pick anyone who will pay the advertising
i would like to see more brands like those on ascension in that magazine for the glossy photoshoots

overall though i am really getting into it and enjoying the articles, stories and information
4 out of 5!

Comment by jacqueline on December 8, 2009 at 9:41
HI all
with the christmas period coming up..there is lots of time to read (and eat!!)
any interesting new books or websites or magazines i encourage you to add a posting to the book club
Comment by mario lewis on November 20, 2009 at 18:45
Ethical Business: Sustainability, Commitme nt, Values, Transparency, Environment
Linda Ferrell and O.C. Ferrell.

I had a very good read of this little pocke-size book. Straight forward information on the different structures of organizing an ethical business, with diagrams, examples and easy to read explaninations. Visually playful book and somewhat entertaining at times. I must admit I leraned some very important information, now a bit more informed about my challenges. I recommed this to anyone who wants to make a difference.
Comment by jacqueline on October 29, 2009 at 11:50

not a book but could help with well needed referencing on sustainability

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