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Patterns of Evolution

In this excerpt from The Regeneration Handbook, author Don Hall explores the concept of balance and how it dynamically manifests in nature and evolution.

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Author Interview with Leor Rotchild of How We Gather Matters

In our latest author interview, Leor Rotchild, author of How We Gather Matters, shares his approach to making events inclusive, eco-friendly, and purposeful.

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Interview with Steven Earle, author of Runaway Climate

Have you ever wondered what sets super-successful farms apart from others? Julia Shanks knows, and hint: it’s usually not farming skills. Today we asked her three burning questions that she addresses in The Farmer’s Office, The Second Edition.

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The Regeneration Handbook

The Regeneration Handbook offers an abundance of insights, stories, tools, and resources for experienced and aspiring changemakers to step into their power. By introducing readers to a different kind of activism, based on natural and universal patterns, it points the way to a truly just and regenerative future.

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Don Hall has served in a variety of capacities throughout the Transition Towns Movement over the past 15 years, and is currently Training Coordinator for the International Transition Network. Don holds a Master’s in Environmental Leadership from Naropa University, is a certified Permaculture Designer, and lives in community in Boulder, Colorado.

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Patterns of Evolution

In this excerpt from The Regeneration Handbook, author Don Hall explores the concept of balance and how it dynamically manifests in nature and evolution.

5 Questions with New Society Publishers

New Society Publishers EJ Hurst (Sales Manager) and Julie Raddysh (Publisher) were interviewed by BookNet Canada for their "5 Questions with Series" of publishers going green

The Solutionary Way with Zoe Weil

Deep polarization in our society prevents us from working collaboratively to solve the problems we face. The Solutionary Way offers a practical approach, providing clear and achievable methods to bridge divides, understand and address seemingly intractable challenges, and create positive change.

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