A Brave, New Path
Yale University Press proudly presents "The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability", a courageous, new book from environmental activist, former White House advisor and retired Yale Law School dean James Gustave Speth.
In "The Bridge at the Edge of the World", Speth laments that any headway made in making our lives more "green" is far outpaced by the destruction caused by our consumption-driven culture. He warns that if we stay on our current profit-obsessed course, we are headed for environmental, political and financial ruin.
But Speth says that we can veer away from our growing crisis with sweeping financial, political and social change. Speth lays out a detailed path that leads us from voracity to sustainability in a work that "Deep Economy" author Bill McKibben calls "an eloquent, accurate, and no-holds-barred brief for change large enough to matter.""The Bridge at the Edge of the World" is available in paperback, hardcover and digital and audio download. Pick up your copy at booksellers worldwide.