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Paul Hawken is author of Blessed Unrest (2007), Natural Capitalism (with Lovins, 1999), The Ecology of Commerce (1993), Growing a Business (1987), and The Next Economy (1983) and founder of Natural Capital Institute and WiserEarth.org (information).
Paul Hawken, ur-environmentalist, is the next speaker in the series of Seminars About Long-term Thinking, Friday, October 15, 7 pm, at the Fort Mason Conference Center in San Francisco. His subject is "The Long Green."
The environmental movement has moved on. It has become so deep and wide that it adds up to something new entirely, still unnamed. Whatever it is, it is now the largest movement in the world and the least ideological. Driven by science and patience, it is civilization-scale therapy.
Paul Hawken co-authored the now classic Natural Capitalism with Amory Lovins and also wrote The Ecology of Commerce and Growing a Business. He co-founded a great garden company, Smith & Hawken, and a great organic food company, Erewhon. He chaired the introduction of The Natural Step to the US and currently is creating several companies for Pax Scientific.--Stewart Brand
Condensed ideas about long-term thinking summarized by Stewart Brand
(with Kevin Kelly, Alexander Rose and Paul Saffo) and a foreword by Brian Eno.
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