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Hard to explain but suffice to say that reading this book was enlightening and an effort in personal renewal of long held values.Published 7 months ago by James P. Burke
An amazing important book that people who are in the indigenous or settler psychological mindset need to read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jesse Masterson
Inspiring! Makes you think about the effect of technology on our culture. A much needed wake up call for many people, globally not just here in America.Published 12 months ago by KatieShow
I have used it in class to get into the socio-political implications of our treatment of the environment and the impact indigionous thinking can have for the futurePublished 21 months ago by Barnabas Brennan
ideas we should think about using to save our world and the things we cherish. highly rec. to all enviromentalist.Published on March 4, 2013 by Chris
3 chapters in so far, and I feel safe saying this is a fantastic and truly insightful book; poignant both for our modern era, but containing timeless truths!Published on February 13, 2013 by Lucy Lego
I bought this book because of my deep belief that to solve current sustainability problems we need to look towards indigenous cultures who have lived or currently live sustainably. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by Onomojo