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This is a fabulous book, well worth the read.
At this point I am sure that I am preaching to the choir, and likely echoing the sentiments already written here, but regardless this is certainly an excellent book.
Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken should be required reading for anyone interested in environmental social justice on this planet.
Awesome job at recognizing the inherent inter subjectivity of the environmental crisis with the socioeconomic state and racism. Love this perspective/information.Published 1 month ago by p proctor
This book is a great antidote to the nightly news. Putting together environmental, social justice and indigenous movements local grassroots efforts is a great way to see through... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nancy P. Greenleaf
Lump all the volunteer non-profits together and it's a huge sector. With some promoting globalization, but reflecting on Hawken's claim that diversity is better. Keep it local. Read morePublished 7 months ago by James G. Domke
This book is such a Revelation! The way Paul Hawken writes is almost poetic. I actually bought the kindle version, realized that I since I bought the kindle version I could... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matthew T John
My friend absolutely loved the book and thought it was a great gift. It was an all around good purchase.Published 9 months ago by Shelley Tucker
Anyone working within the field of sustainability should read this book! Additionally, the authors have done an amazing job compiling a list of all the major players within the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Larry Barnard
This book is a requirement for my PhD program. It is interesting, but sometimes hard to read. I'm only through the 3rd chapter.Published 12 months ago by diane mastroguiseppe