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Michael E. Marchand ì 0 SummaryI had high hopes for this book and I LOVE THE PREMISE ARTICULATED IN THE PREFACE THAT IN the Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas premise articulated in the Preface that in for societies to be sustainable nature and its endowment needs to be linked to human behavior similar to theractices of indigenous The Magic Rolling Pin peoples ix However the writing wasoor the sections felt disjoined and the sustainability Indecent... Exposure (Indecent, portfolio that makes up the second half of the book lacks sufficient analysis to capitalize on some of the anecdotesrovided If you re interested in this topic I
D Suggest Checking Outsuggest checking out following books instead Notes from a Miner s C The River of Life Sustainable Practices of Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples goes deep to rovide illustrative context describing different resource management ideas between the western world view and Native American traditions Using water. Sustainability defines the need for any society to live within the constraints of the land's capacity to deliver all natural resources the society consumes This book compares the general differences between Native Americans and western world. As a metaphor Marchand and other contributors discuss sustainable ractices that allow communities
to make choices that fit within the constraints of the available resources of the land Local andmake choices that fit within the constraints of the available resources of the land Local and communities and lanners can benefit from a collaborative relationship rooted in the intergenerational knowledge The Management Bible provided First Peoples who lived in onelace for thousands of yearsI highly recommend this book Although it an academic Zu schnell publication the numerous illustrations real life stories and traditional metaphors make this book an engaging read The cover art by ledger artist Cheryl Grunlose is beautiful enough to keep the bookrominently displayed While I appreciate that Marchand et al are connecting Native Americanindigenous Sleepless (Bird of Stone, peoples cultures and values to long term sustainability View towards resources It willrovide the 'nuts and bolts' of a sustainability ortfolio designed by indigenous eoples This book introduces the ideas on how to link nature and society to make sustainable choices To be sustainable nature .
Did not enjoy reading this book The key oints in this book
Are Valuable And Thevaluable and the offer insights about how to view cultureeconomicsprogress in a different light than the Western tradition However this book is Yummy Supper poorly organized chapters often deviate from the mainoint and the authors do not clearly connect anecdotes that last for several ages to the central argument of the chapter I would encourage anybody to study this topic but I would strongly encourage them to read essays or other works that clearly articulate how to reconcile traditional ecological knowledge the Western scientific approach indigenous culturesvalues and the demands of our modern world At most The River of Life deserves a thorough skimming and I would discourage readers from taking the time TO READ IT COVER TO COVE. read it cover to cove. Nd its endowment needs to be linked to human behavior similar to the ractices of indigenous Deep Listening peoples The main goal of this book is to facilitatethinking about how to change behavior and to integrate culture intothinking and decisionrocesse. .
Michael E. Marchand