Very well written.
The author urges us to "become active agents of transformation by recognizing that we have the capacity, the energy, and the creativity to make the change".
Given the frightening reality of peak oil, global warming, and the worldwide agrarian crisis, this is an extremely important and thought-provoking book.
This unforgettable book presents a no-nonsense analysis of the results of mechanization and industrialization on people, plants, and the soil, resulting in a three-pronged crisis... Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. N. Olchoff
Monumental work. Should play a role in shifting mindsets among those taking the time to read this great book. Our survival depends on rethinking our needs and approaches. Read morePublished 9 months ago by paul
Vandana Shiva is a very wise person. Recommended for anyone who seeks to know more about environmental or global issues.Published 20 months ago by Brenda
This was a very interesting book, originally selected by my book club. It tends to be a bit extreme at times in terms of some of the language used, but for the most part gives... Read morePublished on June 18, 2011 by Gabrielle Schapira
Great book, Vandana is a great researcher- although a little pushy in the beginning. By the end of the book she will have you informed and convinced.Published on August 5, 2010 by consumernation
Vandana has helped to prevent untold of disasters and is one of my primary inspirations for Great WomenPublished on May 28, 2010 by Kalmia