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Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan
by Rene Wadlow
Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan
Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures
by Kirkus Reviews
Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures
Book Reviews - STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning Book Reviews - STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning
by Jason Black
YES! Magazine Book Reviews: STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning
Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen
by R. Lee Hatcher
YES! Magazine Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen
City People: Women's Wealth
by Jane Wilson, Diana McCourt
Womanshare—a micro-economy of skill sharing, entrepreneurship, and mutual aid.
Virtual Ecology
by Margaret Wertheim
A virtual world of natural enchantment and connection - Osmose by Canadian artist Char Davies.
Sustaining Gifts
by Alisa Gravitz
Alisa Gravitz receives a basket of gifts that nurture her spirit and the planet.
The Basic Function of Money The Basic Function of Money
by Jonathan Rowe
A nonprofit HMO for seniors called .
Local Currency Resources
Resource Guide
Readers' Forum
One crucial aspect of creating a positive future concerns intercultural reconciliation....
Pfn News
by David Korten, Duane Elgin
PFN News
Nuclear Ban
by G. Pascal Zachary
A former commander of the US nuclear forces is calling for a drastic reassessment of the moral, ethical, and practical implications of nuclear weapons.
Brewing a Future :: Zero Emissions in Namibia
by Keto Mshigeni, Gunter Pauli
A southern African brewery spawns a chicken farm, a fish farm, a mushroom plantation, a Spirulina plantation, an earthworm farm, jobs, and hope
Money Is a Human Artifact
by Edgar Cahn
Edgar Cahn developed Time Dollars as a way to rebuild community life.
Managing for Life
by Donella Meadows
Going green has challenged the ingenuity of CEO Ray Anderson of Interface - but he wouldn't have it any other way, says Donella Meadows
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