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'Practicing Sustainability' chosen for a silver Nautilus Book Award
Date:5/14/2013

isely what this books sets out to do. As a stepping stone to the future, Practicing Sustainability stokes meaningful discussion on the issue and helps illuminate just how difficult it can be to pin down a plan for sustainable development.

If there is one message, it is that achieving sustainability will require more than what we have been doing. While technology has solved many problems of the past, finding and practicing a sustainable way forward also demands that pragmatism and common sense have a place at the table. For more information or to purchase the book, visit the book's webpage.


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