Life, Money & Illusion: Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay

Life, Money & Illusion: Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay By Mike Nickerson, Life Money Illusion Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay Examines how growth came to be a goal and how that goal though once beneficial is a propellant for catastrophe This book shows how the economy can be restructured to remain within planetary limits a
  • Title: Life, Money & Illusion: Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay
  • Author: Mike Nickerson
  • ISBN: 9780978097301
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life, Money & Illusion: Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay By Mike Nickerson, Examines how growth came to be a goal and how that goal, though once beneficial, is a propellant for catastrophe This book shows how the economy can be restructured to remain within planetary limits and points the way to a sustainable future It advocates change by shifting the dominant economic paradigm from growth to sustainability.
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    About "Mike Nickerson"

    1. Mike Nickerson

      Mike Nickerson is a longtime environmental activist, popular educator and the author of Change the World I Want to Stay On and Planning for Seven Generations He also helped draft the Canada Well Being Measurement Act.

    500 thoughts on “Life, Money & Illusion: Living on Earth as If We Want to Stay”

    1. If I could take away any of the notable messages and phrases from this book, I would surely want to adopt Voluntary Simplicity It will provide a good mantra in my personal, daily life I think this phrase is a good start to help improve attitudes towards the over consumption of natural resources and the impact that humans have on our interconnected web of life If as individuals, we can each make conscious decisions in our daily lives, we can surely increase our collective potential in the goal of [...]


    2. While sometimes a bit of a slog, reading this book was great for making me question some established financial practices that I didn t previously know enough about or have the language to criticize effectively I think it s an important read for people interested in all aspects of sustainability and I particularly liked the many Canadian examples Canadian author.


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