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"The Future Eaters" by Tim Flannery

ISBN 0-7301-0487-7 (Reed Books)

“I was finally convinced only during the writing of this book (The Future Eaters) that Australia has a history of human occupation extending back at least 60 000 years.” T. Flannery

“For the moment, I hope that Australasians one and all will begin to ask the right questions. For this is the first, necessarily wobbly step on the road to discovering what it means to be custodians of the wonderful and enigmatic 'new' lands.” T. Flannery

"The Ecology of Commerce" by Paul Hawken

ISBN 0-88730-704-3 (Harper Business)

"We don't need to know how many dioxin pulp plants in the North Sea cause liver cancer in the population. All we need know is that we're losing biodiversity and that's the problem" P. Hawken

"Any environmentalist who doesn't address the issue of jobs is not a serious player." P. Hawken

"We have basically wasted our natural capital to make human beings more productive. And that's stupid because we have more and more human beings and less and less natural capital" P. Hawken

"Holistic Management - A new Framework for Decision Making"
by Allan Savory with Jody Butterfield

ISBN 1-55963-488-X (Island Press)

"Although our fate as a civilization is tied to the land and its health, and although millions of ordinary people in making their living from the land control that fate to a large degree, unless these people have the support of the hundreds of millions of others who depend on their efforts, they cannot succeed." A.Savory

“You Can Farm” by Joel Salatin, 1998

ISBN: 0-9638109-2-8

“Good News for a Change” by David Suzuki, 2002

ISBN: 1-86508-579-0

“Gardeners of Eden” by Dan Dagget, 2005

ISBN: 0-96662-291-X

“In his new book, “Gardeners of Eden: Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature”, environmental writer Dan Dagget reveals how humans were responsible for creating some of the most outstanding of the Earth’s “natural” habitats—the Amazon and the Great Bison Plains of North America. And then he tells us how some of us still are creating Edens in theAmerican West.” Source: www.ecoresults.org
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“Collapse - How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed” by Jared Diamond, 2005

ISBN: 0-67003-337-5

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