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Sustainable Planet: Roadmaps for the 21st Century Paperback – 3 Dec 2002

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Great breadth, authoritative, still relevant 18 May 2010
By Steve Aelfcyning - Published on Amazon.com
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Some of the examples in the book are a little dated but its breadth and variety of authoritative voices make it still relevant. Juliet Schor's chapter on a new fashion ethic called my attention to something I would otherwise have overlooked and the chapters by Peter Forbes and Betsy Taylor are remarkable and inspiring. Bill McKibben's input is always appreciated.
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well done 30 Jan 2008
By Roger S. Gottlieb - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent and thought provoking. Very useful for courses at university level. Some cheerful, but not simplistic, ideas for change.
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Practical considerations 23 Aug 2007
By S. Morrell - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is very helpful to read for those of us who wonder how to consider living out some of our concerns regarding the environment. I particularly appreciated Juliet Schor and Bill McKibbon is always worth reading.
A couple of the chapters on economics were beyond me - but glad someone is thinking about it!!
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