Rebalancing the Economy, edited by Christopher Brook and Miriam Kennet

Green Economics Institute Publishing House, UK, 2014

The current generations are at a turning point. Wealth inequality is growing
all over the world. This is leading to social unrest and increasing levels
of unhappiness in society. This is leading to a decline in social capital.

Rebalancing the Economy is needed to readdress these issues. No longer can
we measure the success of governments and countries first by gdp and only
then think about social and environmental effects. We need to measure
success not by our economic activity but also our well-being and that of the
environment. If companies, people and governments are measured by new
yardsticks then growth, wealth and profits will not be the priority. This
book starts to restore a more healthy balance in our economy.

Major Well Known Writers include!

Hazel Henderson- World renowned evolutionary economist, author of the
Nautilus award-winning book Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy

Sir Crispin Tickell- Advisor to successive Prime Ministers, on two
government Task Forces, author of Climate Change and World Affairs

Dr Vandana Shiva- World Famous Indian environmental activist who has
authored more than 20 books, one of the leaders of the international forum
on Globalisation

Professor Graciella Chichilnisky- acted as a lead author of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which received the 2007 Nobel
Prize, created and designed the carbon market

Joel Bakan- wrote the award-winning and widely-translated book and film, The

Martin Koehring- Senior Editor at Economist Intelligence Unit

Chuck Collins- senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)

Contributors to the book: Miriam Kennet, Christopher Brook, Joyce Appleby,
Dr Hazel Henderson, Sir Crispin Tickell, Dr John Weeks, Dr Vandana Shiva
(India), Joss Tantram, Professor Graciella Chichilnisky (USA, Columbia)
Richard Copper, Kari Noorgard, Dr Rosamund Stock (LSE), Craig Duckworth, Dr
Alastair McIntosh, Manan Jain (India), Joel Bakan, Professor Maria Madi
(Brazil), Professor Constance Crawford, Aaart Heesterman, Dr Weibena
Heesterman, Martin Koehring & Dr Chuck Collins.

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