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"...the inspiration John Grant provides...encourages us all to think again about our individual behaviour and our actions." (EnvironmentTimes.co.uk, July 2010)
"...highlights the challenges of sustainability and offers ideas on how to overcome..." (Global Innovation Report, 2010)
"Overflowing with creative ideas and expositions of what is happening in culture and society...Grant's excitement is infectious." (Sublime, March 2010)
"...the inspiration and ideas John Grant provides...encourages us all to think again about our individual behaviour and our actions..." (FreshBusinessThinking.com, March 2010)
"...offers insight for brands seeking a socially responsible positioning or, beyond that, businesses looking for totally new models of operation..." (Admap, May 2010)
"...a positive book, full of a wide range of inspiring ideas..." (Permaculture, Issue 64 - April 2010)
"...we recommend Co-Opportunity as the book to pick up..." (TreeHugger.com, March 2010)
"Climate change and peak oil mean that we’ll likely see more change in the next 20 years than the last 200. This book is a snapshot of the inspiring human creativity that is going into the start of the Great Transition."
—Rob Hopkins, founder of Transition Towns
"Whether it's on the internet or in your local community, creative co-operation is key to tackling many of the world’s social and environmental issues. That's why this book is so valuable, as a sourcebook for the growing movement of social entrepreneurs."
—Premal Shah, co-founder and president of Kiva.org
"Each chapter abounds with specific examples and case studies of people and organisations out there adding to today's extraordinarily innovative solutions agenda... John showcases that world with a lot of verve and empathy, drawing people in to his own excitement at what it means to work through "a village-scale democracy operating at the global level.""
—Jonathan Porritt, founder director of Forum for the Future (from the Foreword)