I very much would like to ask a question on books about sustainable living, something like “What are the most influential / canonical / must read books on sustainable living?”. The problem with such a question is that it is a rather subjective one and may lead to list answers, two reasons for which posts may be closed. On the other hand the question is likely to receive a lot of attention and I think the answers will provide a good starting point for people wanting to know more about sustainable living.
What do you think? Should we allow or disallow such a question here? If we allow it in what form?
I did some research on other SE sites:
- Martial-arts: What are the classical/canonical books for Aikido (all styles)
- IT-security: If you could have only one book on web security, what would it be? (community wiki)
- Bitcoin: Any books about bitcoin?
- Cross-validated: What is the single most influential book every statistician should read? (community wiki)
- Mathematics: Good books on Philosophy of Mathematics (community wiki) and Best Maths books for non-mathematicians
- Sharepoint: SharePoint 2013 Development Book Recommendations (community wiki)
Locked (allowed for historic significance):
- Physics: Books that every physicist should read (community wiki)
- Programmers: Is there a canonical book on data integration?
- Musical practice: Canonical drumming books?
- Game development: Must read game development books (community wiki)
- User experience: Must-read User Interface Book? (community wiki)
- Reverse engineering: Windows Wiki : Books and Tutorials (community wiki)