'Buying books at www.sustainabilitystore.com is a win-win situation. Customers get a carefully chosen selection of books and their purchases support PSC’s nonprofit mission. 100 percent of profits benefit our nonprofit advocacy work,' Shashaty said.
San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
"The Sustainability Bookstore brings together all the books that do the best job of covering community sustainability," said Andre Shashaty, president of the Partnership for Sustainable Communities® the nonprofit that operates the online store.
Books available at the Sustainability Bookstore cover community planning, urban policy, land use, real estate development, sustainability, affordable housing, and housing finance. The selections include books by leading authors on smart growth and sustainability, such as Andres Duany. “We are always scanning new releases, reviewing them and adding the best of the bunch to our inventory,” Shashaty said.
"Buying books at http://www.sustainabilitystore.org is a win-win situation. Customers get a carefully chosen selection of books with good descriptions to inform them before they buy; plus their purchases support PSC’s nonprofit mission. 100 percent of profits benefit our nonprofit advocacy work," Shashaty said.
PSC also operates the Sustainable Communities website (http://www.p4sc.org). It is the only national collection of reporting on the new nexus between urban development and carbon emissions reduction. It provides original reporting on ways to make cities more sustainable, with a special focus on housing and community development.
To celebrate the grand opening, Sustainability Bookstore is offering a 10% discount to first time customers during April 2014. Visit the store at http://www.sustainabilitystore.org/.
PSC depends on memberships and donations to pursue its mission. For more information about PSC or make a donation, go to http://www.p4sc.org.
Note to Editors: If you are writing about housing or urban policy, or urban sustainability, you can arrange an interview with Andre Shashaty by calling 415-453-2100 ext 303.