Green IT: Technologies and Applications by Jae H. Kim +

Green IT: Technologies and Applications by Jae H. Kim, Myung J. Lee
Requirements: .PDF reader, 9.3 MB
Overview: This book is the first of its kind in presenting comprehensive technical issues and solutions for rapidly growing Green IT. It brings together in a single volume both green communications and green computing under the theme of Green IT, and presents exciting research and developments taking place therein in a survey style. Written by the subject matter experts consisting of an international team of recognized researchers and practitioners in the field, Green IT: Technologies and Applications will serve as an excellent source of information on the latest technical trend of Green IT for graduate/undergraduate students, researchers, engineers, and engineering managers in the IT (Electrical, Communications, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Science) as well as interdisciplinary areas such as sustainability, environment, and energy.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Engines of Privilege by Francis Green, David Kynaston

Engines of Privilege: Britain’s Private School Problem by Francis Green, David Kynaston
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 234 MB
Overview: Britain’s private, fee-paying schools are institutions where children from affluent families have their privileges further entrenched through a high-quality, richly resourced education. There is an irrefutable link between private schools and life’s gilded path: private school to top university to top career. Engines of Privilege contends that, in a society that mouths the virtues of equality of opportunity, of fairness and of social cohesion, the educational apartheid separating private schools from our state schools deploys our national educational resources unfairly and inefficiently; blocks social mobility; reproduces privilege down the generations; and underpins a damaging democratic deficit in our society.
Intrinsic to any vision of the future of Britain has to be the nature of our educational system. Yet the quality of conversation on the issue of private education remains surprisingly sterile, patchy and highly subjective.
Francis Green and David Kynaston carefully examine options for change while drawing on the valuable lessons of history. Accessible, evidence-based and inclusive, Engines of Privilege aims to kick-start a long overdue national debate. Clear, vigorous prose is combined with forensic analysis to powerful effect, illuminating the painful contrast between the importance of private schools in British society and the near-absence of serious, policy-shaping debate.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Simon R. Green – Collection

Simon R. Green – Collection

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A Green and Pleasant Land by Ursula Buchan

A Green and Pleasant Land: How England’s Gardeners Fought the Second World War by Ursula Buchan
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.8 MB
Overview: The wonderfully evocative story of how Britain’s World War Two gardeners – with great ingenuity, invincible good humour and extraordinary fortitude – dug for victory on home turf.

A Green and Pleasant Land tells the intriguing and inspiring story of how Britain’s wartime government encouraged and cajoled its citizens to grow their own fruit and vegetables. As the Second World War began in earnest and a whole nation listened to wireless broadcasts, dug holes for Anderson shelters, counted their coupons and made do and mended, so too were they instructed to ‘Dig for Victory’.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Sinclair by Ryan Green

Sinclair: The World’s End Murders Through the Eyes of a Killer (True Crime) by Ryan Green
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1010 KB
Overview: A spine-tingling account of the man behind the World’s End murders

On 15th October 1977, Christine Eadie and Helen Scott left the World’s End pub after a fun-filled night with two men in their arms. They had their whole lives ahead of them. They had nothing to fear and everything to look forward to.

Their naked bodies were discovered the following day. They were found six miles apart from each other. No attempt had been made to conceal their bodies, and both girls had been beaten, gagged, tied, raped and strangled.

The case attracted widespread media attention and despite the Police’s best efforts, they were unable to identify a culprit. Within the next six months, the investigation was scaled down. The World’s End killers were still at large. Free to continue terrorising the streets of Scotland.

Thanks to the advances in DNA profiling, investigators were able to link the murders of Christine Eadie and Helen Scott to an Angus Sinclair, who was known to the Police.

Sinclair had pleaded guilty to culpable homicide of an eight-year-old girl when he was just sixteen and was serving a life sentence for the murder of another seventeen-year-old girl. It is not known how many victims suffered at the hands of Sinclair. He is thought to have killed at least another four women but it could have been twice that amount.

Bestselling author Ryan Green assumes the role of Angus Sinclair and attempts to fill in the blanks on one of Scotland’s most notorious serial killers. Sinclair is a shocking true story about lust, manipulation, dominance and extreme violence.

CAUTION: This book contains descriptive accounts of sexual abuse and violence. If you are especially sensitive to this material, it might be advisable not to read any further.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Live Green: 52 Steps for Sustainable Life by Jen Chillingsworth

Live Green: 52 steps for a more sustainable life by Jen Chillingsworth
Requirements: EPUB Reader 12.80 MB
Overview: Many of us are already doing what we can to adopt a greener lifestyle. We recycle, try to reduceour waste and plastics, choose organic food when shopping, eat less meat and opt for environmentally friendly cleaning products. Yet we often wish we were doing more and it can be overwhelming to know where to start.  Live Green is a practical guide of 52 changes – one for each week of the year – you can make to your home and lifestyle to reduce your impact on the environment. Tackling all areas of your life from your cleaning routine, home furnishings, food shopping, fashion choices, natural beauty and Christmas, this book has all the ingredients to help you achieve a more sustainable year.
From making your own eco-friendly cleaning products, buying vintage furniture, making your own moth repellent and improving your natural beauty regime to creating a capsule wardrobe and creating your own ethical Christmas decorations – discover how to get the most out of life by living with intention. Live simply. Live Green.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

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The Green Smoothie Prescription by Victoria Boutenko

The Green Smoothie Prescription: A Complete Guide to Total Health by Victoria Boutenko
Requirements: EPUB Reader 0.61 MB
Overview: Raise a glass to your health!
Dark, leafy greens contain an astonishing abundance of nutrients, with enzymes, antioxidants, and minerals that hold extraordinary benefits for our mind and body. In The Green Smoothie Prescription, raw food pioneer and international bestselling author of Green for Life Victoria Boutenko provides a comprehensive guide to the healing capabilities of green smoothies. This easy-to-use and information packed book features over 150 delicious recipes and an A-to-Z list of the most effective nutrients in battling everything from minor colds and aches and pains to chronic conditions and weight loss. These unique smoothies are the easiest, fastest, and most delicious way to consume the amount of greens necessary to achieve and sustain total health.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Food & Drink

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Green and Awake by Nazli Develi

Green and Awake: Gourmet Raw Cookbook by Nazli Develi
Requirements: PDF Reader, 14 MB
Overview: Green & Awake Gourmet RAW Cookbook brings a creative twist to raw foods in a fun and artistic way with flavor infusions that will rock your taste buds .If you think "raw food" means zucchini noodles or just sprouts, Raw will astound you with its elegance and inventiveness. It’s a combination raw cookbook featuring gourmet recipes using raw and dehydrated vegetables, nuts and fruits. In this book some recipes are very easy to make but some recipes are not quick to prepare, and many include references to other recipes. GREEN & AWAKE Gourmet Raw Cookbook is for all people who want to add fantastic raw plates to their restaurant menu or just want to try new things in their kitchen. It is wonderful book from pizza, pasta, burger to raw crackers, spreads, dips, sauces, soups, salads, fermented and aged cheeses, signature raw cakes.. This is Nazlı’s second cookbook, a trasure trove work including nearly 140 gourmet raw recipes. Whether you are a raw or on the way of being raw or just simply want to eat healthy gourmet food, this cookbook is a must-have because with so many overcomplicated aspects of our lives, it’s refreshing to pare down and create simple gourmet raw meals that are still bursting with flavor.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Food & Drink

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NIV, Renew Bible, Hardcover, Green Linen: Refresh Your Heart,…


NIV, Renew Bible, Hardcover, Green Linen: Refresh Your Heart, Soul and Mind
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Citizens of the Green Room by Mark Leibovich

Citizens of the Green Room: Profiles in Courage and Self-Delusion by Mark Leibovich
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 363.1 Kb
Overview: Author of the groundbreaking #1 New York Times bestseller This Town, Mark Leibovich returns with a masterly collection of portraits of Washington’s elite, and wannabe elites. Hailed by The Washington Post as a “master of the political profile,” Leibovich has spent his career writing memorable, buzz-worthy, and often jaw-dropping features about politicians and other notables. Currently chief national correspondent for The New York Times Magazine, Leibovich punctures the inflated personas of the powerful, and in Citizens of the Green Room, he reveals the lives, stories, and peculiarities behind the public masks.

A brilliant reporter with a talent for subversive, engaging storytelling, Leibovich maintains a refreshing conviviality with many of his subjects even as he renders incisive and unflinching assessments. His features have driven the national conversation while exposing the fallibilities of the kingmakers and media stars: consider his 2007 profile of Hillary Clinton, which unearthed a treasure trove of old letters that the then senator had written as a vulnerable young college student; or his much-talked-about 2010 portrait of Glenn Beck, which laid bare the tortured soul and precarious standing of the once invincible host and his uneasy relationship with his soon-to-be ex-employer FOX News. In the political arena, Leibovich’s portraits of John Kerry, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, and John McCain are already classics; they invariably remind us that great journalism and stylish writing are not only essential to the Republic but necessary to maintain the citizenry’s sanity and humor in the face of made-for-TV government.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Integration Of Green And Renewable Energy In …

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The Girl with Green Eyes by John Escott

The Girl with Green Eyes (Oxford Bookworms Library) by John Escott
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 10.1 MB
Overview: A Starter level Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. This version includes an audio book: listen to the story as you read. Written for Learners of English by John Escott. Greg is a porter at the Shepton Hotel in New York. When a girl with beautiful green eyes asks him for help, Greg can’t say no. The girl’s name is Cassie, and she says she is an artist. She tells Greg that her stepfather has her sketchbooks, and now she wants them back. Cassie says her stepfather is staying at Greg’s hotel . . . so what could go wrong?
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by J. R. R. Tolkien

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: with Pearl and Sir Orfeo by J. R. R. Tolkien
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 121.01 MB
Overview: A collection of three medieval English poems, translated by Tolkien for the modern-day reader and containing romance, tragedy, love, sex and honour. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Pearl are two poems by an unknown author written in about 1400. Sir Gawain is a romance, a fairy-tale for adults, full of life and colour; but it is also much more than this, being at the same time a powerful moral tale which examines religious and social values. Pearl is apparently an elegy on the death of a child, a poem pervaded with a sense of great personal loss: but, like Gawain it is also a sophisticated and moving debate on much less tangible matters. Sir Orfeo is a slighter romance, belonging to an earlier and different tradition. It was a special favourite of Tolkien’s. The three translations represent the complete rhyme and alliterative schemes of the originals.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction

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Green Building & Design – May/June 2019

Green Building & Design – May/June 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 27.9 mb
Overview: Green Building & Design (gb&d) is a trade magazine that connects and inspires green building professionals.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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