Life Rules: Nature's Blueprint for Surviving Economic and Environmental Collapse

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New Society Publishers, Oct 18, 2013 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Why so much is going wrong everywhere at once and how Life teaches us to fix it.
 

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Contents

The Real Threat to Life as We Know It
1
How Life Deals with Critical Mass
125
Deep Green Methods for Surviving the Global Economy
191
Mimicking Lifes Economics Improving the Odds and Our Lives
193
Mimicking Lifes Politics OrganicallyDemocratic Principles and Practices
233
Setting a Good Example
257
How to Become Deeply Green
281
Precedents for Success
311
Dreaming Deep Green Imagining the Ecozoic
321
Notes
325
Suggestions for Further Reading
351
Index
355
About the Author
367
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Ellen LaConte is Acting Director of the EarthWalk Alliance, a contributing editor to Green Horizon Magazine and The Ecozoic and former editor of Farmstead magazine. Author of On Light Alone and Free Radical, memoirs about Helen and Scott Nearing, influential homesteaders and bestselling authors of Living the Good Life, LaConte has been published in The Sun, East/West Journal, New Perspectives, Country Journal, Convergence and Gaia: A Literary & Environmental Journal, and in numerous websites and trade journals. After twenty three years homesteading in Mid-Coast Maine, she resides now in the Piedmont bioregion of North Carolina. www.ellenlaconte.com.

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