Die bekannte Umweltaktivistin Naomi Klein zeigt angesichts der unverminderten Zerstörung unserer Umwelt und laxen Gesetzen, warum die Vision einer grüne Zukunft nicht nur nötig, sondern absolut unumgänglich ist.
The Green New Deal: Why the Fossil Fuel Civilization Will Collapse by 2028, and the Bold Economic Plan to Save Life on Earth
Jeremy Rifkin is one of the best-known scientists in the USA.
In light of the continued destruction of our environment and slack laws, renowned environmental activist Naomi Klein shows why the vision of a green future is not only necessary, but absolutely essential.
The “Blue Economy” by Gunter Pauli is an economy that is oriented around nature.
Dutch historian Rutger Bregman’s impressive book, Utopia for Realists, has received a large number of recommendations and media attention, and has sparked renewed interest in the politics of work and poverty alleviation, and in universal basic income in particular.
Special focus is given to reducing the vast amounts of energy and water that buildings consume on a daily basis.
A World of Three Zeros: The New Economics of Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Net Carbon Emissions
His thinking starts with a new view of the human being: The latter is not only the homo economicus, who is oriented towards self-interest and is concerned only with the maximization of individual profit, but also a deeply social beinginterested in the common good.
In his literary non-fiction book on climate change Jonathan Safran Foer brings us closer to this very complex topic.
There are entrepreneurs who are solving some of the world’s most pressing economic, social, and environmental problems. John Elkington and Pamela Hartigan introduce some of them in this book and tell their stories.
How can we manage to simultaneously create a positive future for humanity and for our planet? Johan Rockström addresses this challenge in his book. He shows the possibilities of a future of human prosperity within the boundaries of the planet.