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Acknowledgments

 Foreword

Muhammad Yunus, Founder, Grameen Bank, and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

Preface

Christopher Flavin, President, Worldwatch Institute

State of the World: A Year in Review

Lisa Mastny with Valentina Agostinelli

THE RISE AND FALL OF CONSUMER CULTURES

Erik Assadourian

TRADITIONS OLD AND NEW

Engaging Religions to Shape Worldviews

Gary Gardner

Ritual and Taboo as Ecological Guardians

Gary Gardner

Environmentally Sustainable Childbearing

Robert Engelman

Elders: A Cultural Resource for Promoting Sustainable Development

Judi Aubel

From Agriculture to Permaculture

Albert Bates and Toby Hemenway

EDUCATION’S NEW ASSIGNMENT: SUSTAINABILITY

Early Childhood Education to Transform Cultures for Sustainability

Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson and Yoshie Kaga

Commercialism in Children’s Lives

Susan Linn

Rethinking School Food: The Power of the Public Plate

Kevin Morgan and Roberta Sonnino

What Is Higher Education for Now?

David W. Orr

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY: MANAGEMENT PRIORITIES

Adapting Institutions for Life in a Full World

Robert Costanza, Joshua Farley, and Ida Kubiszewski

Sustainable Work Schedules for All

Juliet Schor

Changing Business Cultures from Within

Ray Anderson, Mona Amodeo, and Jim Hartzfeld

Social Entrepreneurs: Innovating Toward Sustainability

Johanna Mair and Kate Ganly

Relocalizing Business

Michael H. Shuman

GOVERNMENT’S ROLE IN DESIGN

Editing Out Unsustainable Behavior

Michael Maniates

Broadening the Understanding of Security

Michael Renner

Building the Cities of the Future

Peter Newman

Reinventing Health Care: From Panacea to Hygeia

Walter Bortz

Earth Jurisprudence: From Colonization to Participation

Cormac Cullinan

MEDIA: BROADCASTING SUSTAINABILITY

From Selling Soap to Selling Sustainability: Social Marketing

Jonah Sachs and Susan Finkelpearl

Media Literacy, Citizenship, and Sustainability

Robin Andersen and Pamela Miller

Music: Using Education and Entertainment to Motivate Change

Amy Han

THE POWER OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

Reducing Work Time as a Path to Sustainability

John de Graaf

Inspiring People to See That Less Is More

Cecile Andrews and Wanda Urbanska

Ecovillages and the Transformation of Values

Jonathan Dawson

Notes

Index

BOXES

1. Do High Consumption Levels Improve Human Well-being? by Erik Assadourian

2. The Essential Role of Cultural Pioneers, by Erik Assadourian

3. A Global Ecological Ethic, by Patrick Curry

4. Deepening Perceptions of Time, by Alexander Rose

5. Dietary Norms That Heal People and the Planet, by Erik Assadourian and Eddie Kasner

6. Sustainability and the Human-Nature Relationship, by Almut Beringer

7. Toy Libraries, by Lucie Ozanne and Julie Ozanne

8. Transformation of the California Academy of Sciences, by Gregory C. Farrington

9. Unresolved Questions in Environmental Education, by David C. Orr

10. Maximizing the Value of Professional Schools, by Erik Assadourian

11. A New Focus for Scientists: How Cultures Change, by Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich

12. The Folly of Infinite Growth on a Finite Planet, by Øystein Dahle

13. Upgrading the Corporate Charter, by Kevin Green and Erik Assadourian

14. Cradle to Cradle: Adapting Production to Nature’s Model,

by William McDonough and Michael Braungart

15. A Carbon Index for the Financial Market, by Eduardo Athayde

16. The U.N. Marrakech Process on Sustainable Consumption and Production,

by Stefanie Bowles

17. Making Social Welfare Programs Sustainable, by Kevin Green and Erik Assadourian

18. Principles of Earth Jurisprudence, by Cormac Cullinan

19. The Evolving Role of Environmental Journalism in India, by Raj Chengappa

20. Lights, Camera, Ecological Consciousness, by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

21. Art for Earth’s Sake, by Satish Kumar

22. Growing a Degrowth Movement, by Serge Latouche

23. The Slow Food Movement, by Helene Gallis