Resources on ecopsychology, mindfulness and sustainable living

Here are a variety of resources loosely related to ecopsychology, mindfulness and sustainable living. For other self development and training resources, click here.


A Book of Silence – Sara Maitland

Blessed Unrest – Paul Hawken (on people and organisations working for environmental and social justice)

How to be Sick – Toni Bernhard (a wonderful book, that has helped me through many a pain-filled, worn out time)

In Praise of Slow – Carl Honore (interesting look at the different ways people are trying to lead a slow life)

Man’s Search for Meaning – Victor Frankl (a small but inspiring book about the value of finding meaning even in the darkest of times – in Frankl’s case, a Nazi concentration camp)

Prosperity without Growth – Tim Jackson (on an alternative economic system)

The Miracle of Mindfulness – Thich Nhat Hanh (a personal letter that provides a simple guide to the practice of mindfulness)

Utopian Dreams – Tobias Jones (on living in alternative communities in search of a different way of life)


Ecopsychology UK – People and resources

Ecopsychology UK ning network – Online network for people interested in ecopsychology

Ecoself & David Key – Information on David Key’s ecopsychology work + resources. David has been instrumental in a very interesting project with WWF Scotland – the Natural Change Project.

Wiser Earth – A wonderful community with lots of resources: ‘a global village for sharing and kinship-building among changemakers around the world…..More specifically, WiserEarth helps the global movement of people and organizations working toward social justice, indigenous rights, and environmental stewardship to connect, collaborate, share knowledge, and build alliances.’