Ontario election: June 2, 2022
Economist Kate Raworth's brilliant book creates a new economic framework for us to thrive within our planetary and social boundaries.
Jeremy Lent is one of our greatest modern-day thinkers. He takes us on an epic journey to address and understand the sources of our current environmental, social and economic predicaments, and leads us to where we must go from here.
If you're going to read one book on climate change, make it this one by David Wallace-Wells. While he pulls no punches, he does offer hope that it's not too late to avoid catastrophe, but we must take meaningful action now.
In this easy-reading approach to Modern Monetary Theory, economist Stephanie Kelton explains how our misplaced fear of deficits is preventing us from solving the greatest challenges we've ever faced.
With time running out to avert climate catastrophe, Seth Klein makes a compelling case for using the same strategies and tactics employed in wartime to alter our current trajectory.
How do we each enjoy a rich, fulfilling life while also avoiding catastrophic climate change? Lloyd Alter shows us the carbon cost to everything we do, and guides us on making big reductions in our day-to-day lives. His wisdom comes from his personal journey to live within the carbon carrying capacity of the planet.
Mira, a struggling art critic, reflects on her relationship with her father, her former lover, and, ultimately, herself, against the backdrop of a world coming to its end. I recommend this book for those who enjoy existential philosophy.
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