Auteur: Estill, Lyle
Titel: Small is possible
Sub titel: Life in a local economy
This is the story of how one small southern US town found actual solutions to actual problems. Unwilling to rely on the government and wary of large corporations, these residents discovered it is possible for a community to feed itself, fuel itself, heal itself, and govern itself. This book is filled with newspaper columns, blog entries, letters, and essays that have appeared on the margins of small-town economies. Tough subjects are handled with humor and finesse. Compelling stories of successful small businesses, from the grocery co-op to the biodiesel co-op, describe a town and its people on a genuine quest for sustainability.
2008, 227 pag., Euro 17,95
New Society Publishers, Philadelphia, ISBN 9780865716032
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