Today we are living on a globalized, interconnected, and environmentally compromised planet where one-third of humanity, primarily in the developing world, still lives in poverty. Unfortunately, many pathways to prosperity for the poor are both expensive and highly polluting. So how can more people affordably improve their standard of living without significant negative impacts on an already damaged biosphere? “Ecological Handprints offers successful remedies to a problem that has plagued us all for decades — the profound need for greater human and ecological well-being. By highlighting a wonderful array of integrated solutions that are rolling out all over the developing world, this book helps us understand why this perspective is so critical, what inspirational efforts are already underway, how it is they actually succeed, and what lessons they offer us all.” — Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu
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Breakthrough Innovations in the Developing World