Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The Archdruid Report: Natural Economics, Collected Essays, Volume III, 2009


The Archdruid Report: Natural Economics, Collected Essays, Volume III, 2009
by John Michael Greer

Publication Date: November 2017
ISBN-13: 978-1945810-11-4       
Trade Paperback: 292 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches

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During its eleven-year run, The Archdruid Report was one of the most controversial and widely cited blogs on the future of industrial society. This third volume of the collected essays from The Archdruid Report covers the year 2009. The essays in this volume focus on the interface between ecology and economics, showing how conventional economic thinking ignores the laws of ecology and physics. With the economic thought of E.F. Schumacher as a guide, they point the way toward a new economics that takes the value of natural systems into account.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The Archdruid Report: The Ecology of Collapse, Collected Essays, Volume II, 2008

The Archdruid Report: The Ecology of Collapse, Collected Essays, Volume II, 2008
by John Michael Greer

Publication Date: October 2017
ISBN-13: 978-1945810-10-7      
Trade Paperback: 292 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches

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During its eleven-year run, The Archdruid Report was one of the most controversial and widely cited blogs on the future of industrial society. This second volume of the collected essays from The Archdruid Report covers the years 2008. These essays examine the accelerating decline of industrial civilization through an ecological lens, exploring collapse as an ecological process -- and beginning to make sense of the unfamiliar world on the far side of industrialism.