By John Bellamy Foster
From stories of the 1st variation (1994): "Extraordinarily good written . . . "
"A readable chronicle aimed toward a basic viewers . . . sleek and available . . . "
--Dollars and Sense
"Has the capability to be a political bombshell in radical circles round the world."
The weak Planet has gained recognize because the most sensible single-volume advent to the worldwide monetary crisis.
With remarkable historic and monetary aspect, starting from the commercial Revolution to fashionable imperialism, The susceptible Planet explores the explanations why a world economy aimed toward deepest revenue has spelled vulnerability for the earth's fragile normal environment.
Rejecting either individualistic recommendations and rules that tinker on the margins, John Bellamy Foster demands a basic reorganization of creation on a social foundation to be able to make attainable a sustainable and ecological economy.
This revised version incorporates a new afterword through the author.