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Collision Course by Kerryn Higgs

Collision Course

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Collision Course by Kerryn Higgs
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Aug 22, 2014 | ISBN 9780262320924

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This clear and cogent book is an important wake-up call. It should not need saying that it is impossible for human populations and economies to grow without limit on a finite planet, but that delusion is widespread. This book is a reminder of the inconvenient truth that should be informing our leaders, as well as an excellent analysis of the way public understanding of our global predicament has been systematically subverted for decades by powerful vested interests.—Australian Book Review

This is an excellent book, full of historical depth and analytical insights.

Jonathon Porritt, Resurgence & Ecologist

Higgs’ gentle, thoroughly researched, insightful book could easily become a foundation text in history, philosophy, economics, politics and, of course, in the biological sciences. All university and public libraries and indeed the members of all political and social institutions who wish to be taken seriously in debates about our future should read and discuss this work if we are to avoid the collision for which Higgs suggests we are on course.

The Economic and Labour Relations Review

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