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Issue 6.2

Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation

Paul Hawken’s contributions, ranging from a successful business background as a maker of quality landscape tools to his prolific catalog of environmental writing during dangerous climate change, have given us practical resources to build a more sustainable and restorative ecological future. In his 1993 book The Ecology of Commerce: A Declaration of Sustainability, Hawken describes the urgency of the climate change crisis and proposes a more informed view of the marketplace–one revaluing the outdated business commerce goal of merely making money to one that rewards value based on restoring ecosystems to achieve a more sustainable planet and improving the well-being of mankind.1

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