The Green Alternative: Creating an Ecological Future (revised second edition)
by Brian Tokar
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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: New Society
Topics: Agriculture, Bioregions, Democracy: Theory & Practice, Economics, Energy, Labor & Work / Classism, Militarism, Nature, Nonviolence, Race & Civil Rights, Toxics, Transportation, Visioning the Future
Condition: Special Sale
Description: This completely revised edition of 'The Green Alternative' applies a wholistic ecological perspective to the spectrum of social and economic issues, including environmental issues, organic gardening, appropriate scale, social justice, feminism, anti-racism, anti-militarism, anti-poverty, participatory democracy, cultural change, and movement-building. Its clear analysis and succinct history will help activists of all stripes deepen their understanding of the interconnections between issues and refine their strategies for co-creating a more just, compassionate and sustainable society.
A scientist by training and a New Yorker by birth, Brian Tokar has been a peace, environmental and anti-nuclear activist, writer and speaker for more than 20 years. He lives, gardens, teaches, writes and agitates in Vermont. All copies are autographed by author.
Review(s): "A most useful analysis of Green political values." - Transnational Perspectives, Switzerland
"The best American book yet about this promising socio-political development." - Booklist
"...the best historical perspective on the development of the Greens..." - City Magazine, Canada