We have rounded up our favourite sustainable books to share with you this World Book Day.
Max La Manna is a chef and climate advocate. His book invites and teaches us how to cook with more plants. He shares delicious recipes that are waste-free and he shares some all important waste-free tips for the home. From the delicious cauliflower curry to pumpkin pasta, this book lets wholefoods and plants shine, with simple and accessible ingredients.
We love this book because there is a recipe for everyone, from sweet treats to nourishing dinners, everything is bursting with flavour and goodness.
Here at Asquith, we have long been championing a more sustainable approach to our consumption of our clothing. This book offers an in-depth insight into the true cost that unsustainable fast-fashion has on both the planet and people.
We love this book as it offers an easy approach to dressing with more intention. So that we can lessen the impact on the planet and on those who make our clothes.
Written by interiors designer and photographer Ida Magntorn, this book offers a beautiful way to create a greener home. She follows the “reduce, reuse, recycle” motto but implements it in easy tips and tricks for different rooms of the house.
We love this book as she champions easy ways to eco-boost every room doing it in a way that is both toxin-free, eco-friendly and fun.
Robin Wall Kimmerer is a botanist and indigenous scientist, in this book she explores how plants and animals are our oldest teachers. She writes about how outcomes could be changed if we only listened to the natural and living world.
We love this book because it celebrates the intricacies of the natural world and reminds us just how beautiful the planet we live on is.