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"Slow Money is right on the money."--Tim Storrow, Executive Director, Castanea Foundation, Inc.
Carlo Petrini, born in the small northern Italian town of Bra in 1949, is the founder and international president of the Slow Food movement, committed to the promotion of “good, clean and fair food.” The author of several books, he contributes regularly to Italian dailies and magazines on matters related to gastronomy and food politics. To write Terra Madre, he collaborated closely with Carlo Bogliotti, an editor of the Slowfood magazine and governor of the Slow Food Italy association.
Good introduction to the concept of slow money. Full of good ideas and pointers for further study. Sustainability really matters.Published 11 months ago by Lloyd Goad
One must know that economic growth and success are a long term reward. Study history a bit; learn that the Dow Jones was under 1000 50+ years ago. What takes time, takes times. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John M. Flaherty Jr.
Going back to when we knew about the soil and family farmers is necessary. The corporate mind is disconnected - time to tame this beast.Published 18 months ago by Pamela A. Letourneau
The author was far too repetitive in getting his points across. I felt I was listening to a speech. The editor did a poor job editing simple errors out of the textPublished 20 months ago by Bluedagat
Reading this book was enjoyable and it helped me see that money is what I am exchanging my life for, in the form of my labor that feeds the money system and the food system and all... Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This is a book that recognizes the issues that are creating the financial disasters of our time. They are identified and he identifies and leads the reader to understanding how we... Read morePublished on September 8, 2013 by Chris
The right book at the right time. Much more than a sum of its parts, while this book is ostensibly about money and our food system, it's really about an entire way of being. Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by Ted