"brilliant book...that will forever change the way you look at green marketing." (psfk.com, Tuesday 27th November 2007)
"outlines how environmentalism increasingly informs business strategy." (Reuters, Thursday, 29th November 2007)
"...the book casts new insight into green marketing." (naturalchoice.co.uk, Tuesday 18th December 2007)
"...thought-provoking reading for more than just marketing professionals." (CNBC European Business, January 2008)
"Grant is not about greenwash. This is green marketing for real...before you try to think green, read this!" (Admap, February 2008)
“…a remarkable and timely book that is as thought provoking as it is comprehensive…an invaluable guide…” (The Marketer, March 2008)
“…a useful step in the right direction..." (Professional Manager, March 2008)
"If ever you've got to do a green project, this book should give you some ideas" (The Drum, October 17th 2008)
From the Back Cover
"John Grant has been a great help over the years in thinking about how to position and market the Ecologist magazine. He’s one of the few people I have met who understands both green issues and marketing and is able to fuse the two creatively and effectively."
—Zac Goldsmith, director of The Ecologist, co-chairman of The Quality of Life Group
"If green is to become truly mainstream, we’ll need companies of all sizes and sectors to find their way through the subtleties and complexities of the green marketplace, and John Grant’s Green Marketing Manifesto provides an excellent roadmap. It makes a clear and compelling case that green marketing isn’t an end unto itself, but rather a potent engine for creating business value through innovation, while fomenting genuine societal change."
—Joel Makower, Founder and Executive Editor, GreenBiz.com, and author of “Two Steps Forward” blog
"This book is essential reading for the growing numbers who are realising that good business can be good business (and that it comes from being good, not looking good)."
—Jamie Mitchell, managing director, innocent smoothies
"…[a]splendidly provocative and incredibly timely book … we need things conserved, shared, reused, recycled, slowed down and treasured at an ever deeper level. And that’s what this manifesto is all about!"
—Jonathan Porritt (from the foreword), co-founder Forum for the Future and Chairman of the UK