Grow Small, Think Beautiful: Ideas for a Sustainable World from Schumacher College Paperback – 20 Oct 2011
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'I loved reading this book, and it is one that I will certainly be returning to further ... This book is absolutely jam packed with ideas and solutions, covering education, the environment, systems thinking and complexity, design, visioning and story-telling, transition and Transition Towns, agriculture, economics, business organisation, and deep ecology.' -- Simon Robinson, The Transition of Consciousness blog 'In many ways, this volume is a companion to the SMN's New Renaissance and serves as an excellent introduction to the ecological worldview and its implications.' -- David Lorimer, Scientific Medical Network Review 'Grow Small, Think Beautiful is a poignant read which leaves one with a lingering sense of hope ... we are gently guided to share [the authors'] sense of awe at the omnipresent natural harmony evident at the heart of the world's eco-systems ... The culmulative effect of this collection of heartfelt essays is that the reader is motivated actively to involve himself as part of the solution, not only mentally and physically but ultimately spiritually.' -- Temenos Academy Review
About the Author
Stephan Harding is Head of Holistic Science at Schumacher College, and has been the College's resident ecologist and tutor since 1991. He has a doctorate in behavioural science from the University of Oxford, and is the author of Animate Earth: Science, Intuition and Gaia (2006).
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