Author Richard Heinberg illustrates that the expansionary trajectory of industrial civilization can no longer continue and proposes a reevaluation of our economic priorities as we move toward sustainability.
Why the Climate Crisis Will Bring On the End of Shopping and the Birth of a New World
Paul Gilding Antony Ferguson
From author Paul Gilding comes an unflinching look at the challenges we face as a global climate crisis approaches—and the unique opportunities this crisis presents for moving toward an ethic of sustainability.
How We Succeed by Anticipating the Future---Just Enough
Kevin Maney, Vivek Ranadive Dan John Miller
Authors Vivek Ranadivé and Kevin Maney explore the world of human mastery and show how the ability to anticipate events before they occur can revolutionize business and offer a competitive edge in the marketplace.
What the City Can Teach the Country About True Sustainability
David Owen Patrick Lawlor
In this remarkable challenge to conventional thinking about the environment, David Owen argues that the greenest community in the United States is not Portland, Oregon, or Snowmass, Colorado, but New York City.
Focusing the environmental debate on the principle of common commitment, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and eminent conservationist Terry L. Maple declare a need for bipartisan environmentalism—a new era of environmental stewardship with principles that they believe most Americans will share.