'A timely reminder of Schumacher's prophetic words; just as relevant now as when they were written 25 years ago… Everyone should read this book.' – Alan Gear, HDRA
'I welcome this timely reiteration of Schumacher's powerful ideas and philosophy brought up to date for the new millennium.' – Patrick Holden, Soil Association.
'I read Small is Still Beautiful with great interest … it captures the spirit of a number of organisations which are ensuring that co-operation makes a difference in the world.' – David Dickman, UK Co-operative Council
'[An] elegant and hard-hitting commentary on today's defective economic orthodoxy and political cowardice.' – Jonathan Porritt, Forum for the Future
'This book is well worth reading for a contemporary understanding of Schumacher's philosophy.' – Bob Allen, Social Enterprise AdvisorFrom the Publisher:
The sequel to E F Schumacher’s best-selling SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL.
E F Schumacher argued that our current pursuit of profit and progress which promotes giant organisations has resulted in gross economic inefficiency, pollution and inhumane working conditions. He proposed a system of intermediate technology, based on smaller working units and regional workplaces that use local resources.
Joseph Pearce develops the ideas of Schumacher while taking up the themes of economic and political 'smallness' for our day. He continues his clarion cry against the idolatry of giantism by highlighting the beauty of smallness.
Pearce recognizes that our ever-increasing rate of global consumption is depleting non-renewable natural materials at an alarming rate. He encourages us to summon the courage to ask the difficult questions and make the hard decisions. For bigger is not always best but small is still beautiful.
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Descripción HarperCollins UK, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0002740907
Descripción HarperCollins UK, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0002740907
Descripción HarperCollins UK, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0002740907