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Citizen's Income and Green Economics
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Clive Lord was a founder member of the English and Welsh Greens in 1973, He served as a Probation officer for 30 years, retiring in 1994. Clive's book, 'A Citizens' Income - a Foundation for a Sustainable World' was published in 2003, but he is hoping to have an improved update published in future. He maintains that his contribution to the debate on sustainability is fundamental to those from others able to take matters forward.
Contents Part 1 Introduction Page 1. Easter Island: a true nightmare scenario Clive Lord 2. How this book evolved (based on introduction from original 2003 book) Clive Lord 3. Culture as a means of change Clive Lord 4. A Thought Experiment A cultural approach to achieving sustainability Clive Lord Part 2 Concepts 5. Space Capsule Earth Clive Lord 6. The Tragedy of the Commons Clive Lord 7. How to avoid hatred Clive Lord Part 3 A way out: Making it happen 8. What is possible - precedents for a sustainable world Clive Lord 9. How it might happen - adapting our definition of what affluence means in the 21st century Clive Lord 10. Putting the theory into practice nationally - The Citizens' Income Clive Lord 11. So Near and yet so Far: a Critique of the 2010 Government White Paper '21st Century Welfare' Clive Lord 12. Practical effects Clive Lord 13. Some common questions answered Part 4 Wider Implications: How the Citizens' Income can form the basis for a paradigm shift 14. Reconciling old conflicts - trade unions, socialism and citizens income Clive Lord 15. An alternative to neo liberalism for ordinary people - the good life Clive Lord 16. Getting to grips with the tragedy Clive Lord Part 5 Tactical and strategic implications for implementation 17. Strategic choices: Responses to Green Capitalism Johnathan Porritt and to Green Growth Nicholas Stern Clive Lord 18. Other essentials Clive Lord 19. How to start the transition Clive Lord 20. International aspects Clive Lord, Michael Opielka 21. Social-ecological transformation and Green Economics: New perspectives for solutions to the most pressing problems of today Miriam Kennet 22. Managing in a lower growth economy: Prosperity without growth Volker Heinemann and Miriam Kennet 23. Global Green Human Being: Concepts and Main Issues Kristina Jociute 25. Good Jobs: the double dividend of green employment Enrico Tezza Part 6 Case studies of new developments 27. Namibia Clive Lord 28. Brazil Clive Lord 29. Alaska Clive Lord 30. Human vs. Nature: Finding the controversial balance between economic survival and ecological preservation on the Galapagos Islands By Grit Silberstein 31. Tackling Poverty and Climate Change in China Sandra Ries and Lu Wei 32. Green Economics- A global movement for change Miriam Kennet Part 7 33. There are no utopias Clive Lord Appendix