Paul Shepard (1925-1996) regarded this book as his most important. With convincing arguments and resonating descriptions of certain periods of human progress and modern humanity’s addictions and delinquencies, it postulates that, during the last 10,000 years, we have not taken the right steps towards greater adult maturity.
Continue reading A radical look at human history over the last 10,000 years
I have been a follower of Colin Tudge for quite a few years and his theories on how to feed people in a sustainable way are clearly stated in a number of his books. In this latest book “Six Steps Back to the Land” he sets out the clear advantages of smaller scale mixed farming as an efficient a sustainable way of producing food. Continue reading Another great book from Colin Tudge
Listed on a new page under the Gaia tab are some books that have been important to me in my studies of sustainability, the environment and earth-care. Continue reading Influential and formative books