> The article "THE ALTERNATIVE, SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY; THE SIMPLER
>WAY" concludes with:
>The Simpler Way: Analyses of global problems (environment, limits to
>growth, Third World...) and the sustainable alternative society
>(...simpler lifestyles, self-sufficient and cooperative communities,
>and a new economy.) Organised by Ted Trainer.
> However, if you try to click on this URL the message appears
>that it cannot be found.
> I glanced through the interview, and found it quite reasonable.
>I think they're on the right track.
Thanx for checking, Geo; it hadn't occurred to me that Ted's
site might be gorn. I'll try to get in touch with him and see what
he now has available, webwise.
Perhaps this is a good moment to mention that I've known him
for a couple decades and view him as one of the top theorists, but
especially exponents, of sustainability (as opposed to greenwash).
His own home farmlet is a model, complete with biogas generator,