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James Gustave Speth, a distinguished leader and founder of environmental institutions over the past four decades, is dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University. He was awarded Japan’s Blue Planet Prize for “a lifetime of creative and visionary leadership in the search for science-based solutions to global environmental problems.” He lives in New Haven, CT.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Between Two Worlds||p. 1|
|Looking into the Abyss||p. 17|
|Modern Capitalism: Out of Control||p. 46|
|The Limits of Today's Environmentalism||p. 67|
|The Great Transformation|
|The Market: Making It Work for the Environment||p. 89|
|Economic Growth: Moving to a Post-Growth Society||p. 107|
|Real Growth: Promoting the Well-Being of People and Nature||p. 126|
|Consumption: Living with Enough, Not Always More||p. 147|
|The Corporation: Changing the Fundamental Dynamics||p. 165|
|Capitalism's Core: Advancing beyond Today's Capitalism||p. 183|
|Seedbeds of Transformation|
|A New Consciousness||p. 199|
|A New Politics||p. 217|
|The Bridge at the Edge of the World||p. 233|
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