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Feasible Living - Dealing with Ecological Anxiety While Adapting to Our Changing World

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No matter which way we turn today, trends like pollution, climate change, and the 4th Industrial Revolution are impacting the ecosystems that you and I live in.

These trends are influencing all of us and if you are not concerned about the impact they will have on the current and future wellbeing of you and your loved ones, you should be. This concern is called ecological
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Kindle Edition, 1st, 302 pages
Published November 20th 2019 by 1779671 Alberta Inc.
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Richard Schwindt
Dec 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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I read Feasible Planet by Ken Kroes and put it down thinking, “I like this guy” and “Here are some things I can do.” It is a practical book and you never finish his work feeling like you have been hectored or lectured. His latest, Feasible Living: Dealing with Ecological Anxiety While Adapting to Our Changing World, chunks up a little, looking at the larger issues facing the environment. I loved his first book. This one is better. Under chapter headings like “Water”, “Air”, “Social Aspects” and ...more
Todd Simpson
Dec 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed Ken Kroes previous book ‘Feasible Planet’ and this one was just as enjoyable. There are so many interesting subjects and I admire the amount of work that would have been spent putting this together. Like everyone I knew bits and pieces on a number of subjects covered in this book, but I was quite surprised and delighted by how much I learnt. Fresh Water Shortage, Air Pollution, Mental Health Impact, Diseases and Allegies and Emergency Readiness were just a few of my favourite ...more
Juliet Wilson
Jan 14, 2020 rated it really liked it
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"What can be done to lower your ecological anxiety? What actions should you consider taking right now? These are the questions that this book will hopefully answer for you."

Written in straightforward, engaging language, the first section of the book outlines key environmental issues in the broad areas of water, air, land, biodiversity loss, and related social and political issues. Each key issue is briefly outlined with some statistics and specific examples and given a Feasible Planet Index
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Kate
Feb 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review.

This book isn't quite the ecoanxiety help guide I was expecting. It's more about how to be survive in an end-stage capitalist world. There's a lot of talk about fake news, politics and marketing, rather than dealing with environmental or climate change issues.
It's also a very conservative book and contains a bunch of biases. For example, the world's growing population - projected at almost nine billion in the
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“I write to not only entertain but to also challenge the reader to think.”

Ken Kroes is the author of "Feasible Planet - A guide to more sustainable living" and the Percipience Eco-Fiction Series. He is passionate about our relationship with our planet and applies his diverse background which includes agriculture, mechanical engineering and information systems into developing fictional worlds that
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