This weighty tome is a collaborative response to the 1987 Brundtland Report, which called for a new era of economic growth that was both socially and environmentally sustainable.
Four Fish begins with the thirteen-year-old Greenberg doing what he loves most off Long Island Sound near New York: fishing. Selling his surplus catch in the car park of his school to badly paid teachers, Greenberg adhered to sustainability standards long before they became necessary buzzwords
Editor-at-Large at The Times, and with impressive academic credentials, one might expect economist Anatole Kaletsky’s reflections on the emergence of a fourth version of capitalism to be somewhat institutionalised. But they are far from it.
Want to break out of the straitjacket of a mundane working existence? Alienated by complex advanced technologies? Feel more invisible with every passing working day? Then read on...
We live in rapidly changing times, a digital age where many of the jobs being done in 20 years’ time haven’t been invented yet, where brain and child development is progressing fast. Yet our schools are dinosaurs.