Aug. 2017

As our team prepares to take a short summer hiatus to rest and regenerate, we thought we'd share our recommendations for the best of regenerative reading. From the hope delivered by Drawdown to a review of the limits to investment and the science of extreme inequality, we trust you may find inspiration in our recommendations, which have been selected based on popularity over the past year, and in consideration of the current economic and political climate. 
  1. From Paris to Drawdown
  2. City States Rising!
  3. The Redd On Salmon Street
  4. Limits to Investment
  5. Why Extreme Inequality Causes Economic Collapse


If you're looking for a longer read, check out these books our team has been enjoying, including our own Dr. Sally J. Goerner's After the Clockwork Universe (click on each cover to learn more and find availability at a local bookshop): 


Drawdown, Paul Hawken  
Small Arcs of Larger Circles, Nora Bateson 
Grassroots: the Rise of the Radical Center, Courtney White 
The Well-Tempered City, Jonathan F.P. Rose 
After the Clockwork Universe, Dr. Sally J. Goerner 
The Death and Life of Great American Cities, Jane Jacobs 



Listen to John talk Regenerative Economics on Rescope Radio

John recently sat down with The Rescope Project to kick off its new podcast series and discuss the necessary transition to a regenerative economy.

Click here to listen 
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"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it always bends toward justice." 
- Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr.
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