Whole Earth Discipline: An Ecopragmatist Manifesto

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Atlantic Books, 2010 - Biotechnology - 325 pages
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This title shatters a number of environmental myths, and presents some radical, counterintuitive observations - cities are actually greener than the countryside, nuclear power is the future of energy, and genetic engineering is the key to crop and land management. With a combination of scientific rigor and blazing advocacy, Brand reveals to us exactly where the sources of our dilemmas lie and offers a bold and creative set of policies and solutions for producing a more sustainable society.

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User Review  - jasonli - LibraryThing

"Whole Earth Discipline" outlines the past, present and future developments of the environmental movement. It specifically focuses on what technologies and practices need to be adopted in order for ... Read full review

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

I loved this book for a lot of reasons, but perhaps the thing I loved best about it is how Brand examined his convictions and compared them to the latest and best factual evidence he could find and ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Stewart Brand trained originally as an ecologist. His legendary Whole Earth Catalogue (1968-1985) won the US National Book Award in 1972. Brand, whose previous books include The Media Lab , How Buildings Learn , and The Clock of the Long Now , is president and cofounder of the Long Now Foundation and co-founder of the Global Business Network.

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