Written by two of the most prominent members of the UK Green Party, this book is an accessible and concise statement of the Green alternative to globalisation. Arguing that globalisation marginalises poor people, threatens livelihoods, and is destroying the environment, the authors demonstrate the urgent need for a new approach - Global Localism - that thinks globally, but acts locally.
Caroline Lucas and Michael Woodin show how Global Localism could be adopted and applied to help solve many of the current international crises, including climate change, trade and development, agriculture, the future of the EU, and international security.
It's a book that will interest anyone who is aware of globalisation's problems, but who has not yet found a practical political alternative.
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