I first read this book back when it came out in 1994 and just re-read it.
For someone who's still exploring their position on these issues, Paul Hawken's prescriptions for action will probably seem irrelevant and premature.
It make me realize that when we follow Mother Nature in all ways, things will work much better.
Powerful narrative about the great environmental challenges humanity faces and how business is part of the problem and needs to be part of the solution. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Alejandro Lozano
This book was truly enlightening. It make me realize that when we follow Mother Nature in all ways, things will work much better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lianda
The agenda of the author is very clear throughout the book - business is evil, it's their fault, blame them, we consumers take no accountability. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greg Towsley
Very good read if you are trying to learn more about how what we buy/how things are made and commerce in general can impact our Ecology - everybody should read this book.Published 6 months ago by Jeremy
I have read this book before and I loved it then. How many people do you know that actually has a good economic plan to create jobs and clean up the earth? Worth every penny!Published 11 months ago by Kathy Ryyth
This book is something of an anachronism really. It would easily find its place somewhere in the mid nineteen thirties along with other radical pieces of literature entirely... Read morePublished 13 months ago by David J. Fernandes
Very interesting book and great read! Very good data for those folks who are supportive regarding the sustainability of our planet...Published 13 months ago by Vincent O. Johnson
This book, along with another important personal factor, has made me change the course of my life. This book should be in every school.Published 17 months ago by Christoffer Stene