“While this book represents serious and well researched scholarship, abundant with factual data from authoritative sources, it is written in a very accessible style with a sense of personal warmth and lighthearted humor that keeps one’s interest without excessive jargon. [...] This work gives us an excellent tool for understanding agriculture and food systems through a social ecology compatible lens, and a valuable contribution to the discussion of how to bring about a society that is rational, prosperous, equitable and ecologically based.”Writes Grace Gershuny in a review of Garden Earth at the web site of the Institute for Social Ecology
You can read the whole review here.
"If you want to read only one book on sustainability, I warmly recommend this one! This one gives me hope for the future. But we are still facing the biggest challenge in the history of the modern human being."writes Kristian Stålne in a recent review of Garden Earth. The book is used as literature in a university course on Sustainable Transition.
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