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Book Review: The Nature of Business By Giles Hutchins, New Society Publishers, 2013

Book Review: The Nature of Business By Giles Hutchins, New Society Publishers, 2013

The Nature of Business By Giles Hutchins, New Society Publishers, 2013 Nature has already shown us the way to solve many human problems, from deciphering simple engineering puzzles to unlocking the mysteries of flight. In The Nature of Business, author Giles Hutchins makes a compelling case for applying the same principles of biomimicry to the [...]

Book Review: Destination 2050 – A Concepts Bank and Toolkit for Future-Makers

Book Review: Destination 2050 – A Concepts Bank and Toolkit for Future-Makers

Destination 2050 - A Concepts Bank and Toolkit for Future-Makers By Peter Ellyard, 2013 The year 2050 is emerging both as a year of aspirational focus for, and a year of judgment of, collective human endeavor. In Destination 2050, Peter Ellyard describes the emerging interdependent sustainable society - one based on a 21st century paradigm [...]

The Man Who Planted Trees by Jim Robbins

The Man Who Planted Trees by Jim Robbins

The Man Who Planted Trees by Jim Robbins Lost Groves, Champion Trees, and an Urgent Plan to Save the Planet “The great poet W. S. Merwin once wrote, ‘On the last day of the world I would want to plant a tree.’  It’s good to see, in this lovely volume, that some folks are getting a head start!”  - Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth: [...]

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us? By Tony Juniper

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us?  By Tony Juniper

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us?  By Tony Juniper “Tony Juniper explains how the welfare of the human species rests on the assets and services provided by the rest of nature and makes the case for natural capital to be integral in a new economy fit for the future.”  Michael Clarke, Chief Executive, RSBP

Discovering the New America by Francis P. Koster, Ed.D.

Discovering the New America by Francis P. Koster, Ed.D.

Discovering the New America by Francis P. Koster, Ed.D. "Curl up with Discovering the New America for an inspiring, wonderful read about your own friends and neighbors and how they are getting together and building positive solutions that work for our future!"—Dr.  Hazel Henderson  "Francis P. Koster has undertaken a complex [...]

REVIEW: THE FUTURE: SIX DRIVERS OF GLOBAL CHANGE by Al Gore, Random House, NY, 2013

REVIEW: THE FUTURE: SIX DRIVERS OF GLOBAL CHANGE by Al Gore, Random House, NY, 2013

THE FUTURE: SIX DRIVERS OF GLOBAL CHANGE by Al Gore, Random House, NY, 2013   Review by Hazel Henderson  © 2013   ?Author Al Gore, former US Vice President turned venture capitalist and media executive, would have become US President but for some 500 still contested votes in Florida and the US Supreme Court’s ruling [...]

Catastrophism: environmentalism and ‘apocalyptic’ politics

http://www.ecoequity.org/2013/01/book-review-catastrophism-the-apocalyptic-politics-of-collapse-and-rebirth/   Book Review: by Tom Athanasiou, Jan 31, 2013 ********************** Catastrophism: The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth, by Sasha Lilley, David McNally, Eddie Yuen, James Davis, with a [...]

Review of ENOUGH IS ENOUGH by Rob Dietz and Dan O’Neill

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH by Rob Dietz and Dan O’Neill, Berrett Koehler, 2013 Review By Rosalinda Sanquiche, Executive Director, Ethical Markets Media January 22, 2013 With enthusiastic support from Herman Daly who wrote the foreword, Rob Dietz and Dan O’Neill give readers a lesson on consumption, economics, global limits and a guide to a [...]

Review Of Zeronauts By John Elkington

Review Of Zeronauts By John Elkington

ZERONAUTS: BREAKING THE SUSTAINABILITY BARRIER by John Elkington, EarthScan, London; Routledge, New York, 2012 Author John Elkington is a founder of the global movement for corporate and investor responsibility, author of seventeen books; founder of the famed consultancy SustainAbility and currently co-founder of the investment firm Volans [...]

Review Of James Gustave Speth’s America The Possible: Manifesto For A New Economy

Review Of James Gustave Speth’s America The Possible: Manifesto For A New Economy

Author James Gustave Speth is one of the most prominent, knowledgeable, global environmentalists of our time. A quintessential insider, Speth began as an anti-nuclear activist in the 1970s and later chaired President Jimmy Carter's Council on Environmental Quality. In the 1980s, he founded and led the influential World Resources Institute in [...]

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