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Three people met on Thursday 15 September 2011.
Started by Penny Walker. Last reply by Diane Kutz Apr 11, 2013.
Started by Penny Walker. Last reply by Penny Walker Nov 26, 2009.
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Roger Niven's talk was fascinationg and I was sorry to eave early.
It was so good meeting old friends and making new ones
My new bookThe 21st Century Revolution – A Call to Greatness The 21st Century Revolution – A Call to Greatness launched in November is proving more successful than A Better World is Possible - it is timely, concise and optimistic see http://www.brucenixon.com/21stCenturyRevolution.html and https://brucenixonblog.wordpress.com/
Hope to see you at AGM today.
Just let me know when you're ready, and we can take iot from there. OR you're perfectly entitled to post an Invitation yourself on the AMED Events Page. To alert people to this possibility, it sometimes helps to post something as early as possible, even if you include a provisional date. As yoiu know, the great beauty (and also the sometime scourge) of the internat is that you can change data at will. It woulod be reallyexciting if you could make this happen, Bruce. Kind regards. Bob
Many thanks - yes, in the New Year after I get back from Hong Kong.
How do I arange it?
Bruce, Bob - I would come to that! With best wishes, Peter Martin
Many congratulations, Bruce. A timely publication indeed.
Would you consider hosting a session of the AMED Sustainable Development network to disucss some of your ideas? Best wishes. Bob
Hi Friends and Colleagues,
A Better World is Possible
Some of you may have seen my e-mail “At Last my new book is out”. Others may not. The book’s launch in November proved premature. To cut a long story short, the book had to be re-edited. Now it’s back as paperback and E-Book form Amazon via http://www.brucenixon.com/betterworld.htmland http://www.changemakers-books.com/index.php?id=99&p=1320.Reviewed in the Ecologist: http://www.theecologist.org/reviews/books/1218844/a_better_world_is...
You may also be interested in these blogs: http://www.neweconomics.org/blog/2011/11/04/the-economics-of-wellbeing http://www.compassonline.org.uk/news/item.asp?n=14895
As a friend says:
It's a strange kind of economic system that over consumes natural resources, and yet leaves millions without jobs. A Green New Deal could address both points by putting people back to work fixing the appalling energy and resource inefficiency of our infrastructure. If the financial system deems this impossible, then there is something wrong with the financial system. Tony Greenham nef
Any help in telling your friends about it will be much appreciated. Ratings and reviews on Amazon are said to work.
Apologies for any cross-postings.
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Find out more here...sdn%20coordinator%20role.pdf
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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