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EcoMind : changing the way we think, to create the world we want

Author: Frances Moore Lappé
Publisher: New York : Nation Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Argues that the biggest challenge to survival is faulty thinking about the environmental crises that are affecting the planet and offers "thought leap" that will transform one's eco-mind.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frances Moore Lappé
ISBN: 9781568587431 1568587430
OCLC Number: 841309317
Awards: Commended for Independent Publisher Book Awards (Ecology/Environment) 2012
Description: xiii, 288 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Our challenge --
developing an ecomind --
Thought trap 1: no-growth is the answer! --
Thought trap 2: "consumer society" is the problem --
Thought trap 3: we've hit the limits of a finite Earth --
Thought trap 4: we must overcome human nature to save the planet --
Thought trap 5: to save our planet, we have to override humanity's natural resistance to rules --
Thought trap 6: humans have lost the connection to nature --
Thought trap 7: it's too late! --
An invitation --
thinking like an ecosystem --
Cultivating the ecomind: moving into action.
Other Titles: Eco mind
Responsibility: Frances Moore Lappé.

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"Frances Moore Lappe brings us yet another gift in EcoMind. She cautions us to avoid the mental traps that block our thinking. She awakens us to our immense possibilities and potentials. She invites  Read more...

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Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0: A Guide to Reclaiming the Commons "Lappe shows how by seeing the big picture we can change it. It's a clarion call in this rising age of rising despair." John Read more...

 
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