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8 WELCOME

ENVIRONMENTAL NARRATIVES SATISH KUMAR

T H E M O V E M E N T

10 EDGING CLOSERTO

MELTDOWNJONATHON PORRITT There is still a w i n d o w o f op p o r tu n it y to w ard o f f e c o lo g ic a l collapse.

I 2 LOW-CARBON FUTURE

CAROLINE LUCAS N o m o re c om p r om is e : w e need Greens in governm en ts NOW !

I 6 LESSONS ON LEADERSHIP

SARA PARKIN Strategic, imaginative leadership w i l l facilitate truly sustainable developm ent.

18 GREEN GENEROSITY

PETER LANG W e sh ou ld harness the spirit o f c o opera tion w ith in the environm ental m ovem en t .

K E Y N O T E S

2 0 DISPELLING THE DARKNESS

DEEPAK CHOPRA I k n ew everything about m ed ic in e and alm ost n o th in g about healing.

2 2 IMAGINATION HOLDSTHE KEY

TIM SMIT It’s tim e to actively create ideas and institutions to w o rk w ith the grain o f nature.

N A T U R E C ARE

2 6 BIOLUXURIANCE

RICHARD MABEY We have yet to understand the biosphere.

2 8 THE GREAT URBAN INDOORS

DAVID NICHOLSON-LORD Waving g o o d b y e to nature.

3 0 WILDNESS AND FREEDOM

ROSAMUND KIDMAN-COX M ost o f the field s o f m y c h i ld h o o d w ere built over.

3 2 RURAL REPLENISHMENT

FIONA REYNOLDS C omm un itie s o f the past had a deep con n e c t io n w ith the land, and have m u ch to teach us about the future.

THE G R E E N I N G OF POLITICS

3 4 THE ENEMY W IT H IN

GEOFF MULGAN W e can change o u r w o r ld b y changing ou r hearts and m inds.

3 6 W H IT H E R T H E ENVIRON­

MENTAL MOVEMENT? MICHAEL MEACHER W e cannot rest o n o u r laurels w h e n there is s o m u ch yet to b e done.

3 8 THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

ALAN SIMPSON Climate change w ill be the trigger that brings ‘ corporate feudalism ’ to an end.

THE E C O N O M I C S OF W E L L B E I N G

4 0 BUCKING THE SYSTEM

ANITA RODDICK C orporation s must shift their energy in to making the w o r ld cleaner and fairer.

4 2 BEYOND PEAK OIL

RICHARD HEINBERG There is a sim p le form u la to avoid e c o n om i c collapse: reduce o i l co n su m p t io n b y 3% per year.

4 4 AUTHENTIC OPTIONS

DAVID BOYLE Ethical con sum e r ism is a spiritual act.

4 6 EARTHQUAKES OF

C O N S C IO U N E S S JERRY MANDER M o v in g fr om advertising glitz to an ti-g lob a lisa t ion fervour.

4 8 RICHER7YES; HAPPIER? NO

ANDREW SIMMS The Happy Planet Index c o u ld help us to live w ith in o u r environm ental means.

5 2 BUSINESS WAVES

JOHN ELKINGTON I seem to b e c om in g fu ll circle, back to ‘ small is beautiful’ .

ringWildness DAVIDBOHM: MindandMatter

Small Beginnings

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