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It is a systemic problem, and he provides the necessary systemic solutions — may they be widely read and acted upon! Julian Cribb provides timely and thoughtful answers.
This is one of them. Nothing is more important than to truly tackle to massive challenges facing the Earth and humanity itself.
This well-written and researched book is more than a catalogue of despair but rather it points out some very obvious actions that could take humanity on a more sustainable journey. Here is a magisterial summary that spares no comfort zones but does show what we need to do and, at last, how to do it. It is comprehensive, accurate and measured in its assessments.
It is an essential guidebook to help thoughtful people act responsibly.
The book is encyclopedic in scale. Everyone who wishes to be well-informed on the ills of civilization and how they might be solved should read this book - particularly those in public office.
Cribb shows with absolute clarity that humanity in the 21st-century now faces the greatest test of our collective wisdom in our relatively short history. Grandparents should read the book with particular care. Few others deal with so many confronting problems in an integrated way. Hopefully it will fulfill its aim of helping build the discussion about survival that we have to have.
A splendid book to be read by every member of our political and corporate incumbency, who continue to ignore these unpalatable truths; and by the community who now have to force them into action. It offers a sobering, yet compelling, explanation of the threats and why they are so pervasive.
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Although the EPUB doyen and doyenne, Richard Pipe and Liz Castro , advised usability-driven rethinking of frontmatter, the practice is not widespread among purveyors of the less-than-enhanced ebook.
Their advice generally assumes the direct transfer of print frontmatter to the ebook. As for the traditional index at the other end of the ebook, many publishers omit them or simply replicate the print version without links. Ebook indexes that link terms to their multiple locations in the text regardless of the flow of the text in the ereader or device are rare for obvious technical and financial reasons, and only this year was an EPUB specification for the index approved. Mechanics aside, the debate over the efficacy of reading from the page vs that from the screen should always be kept in mind.
But text is not the only way to read. Perhaps for now neither print nor digital left each to itself is sufficient. How the page matters. Enough so for Bonnie Mak to make it the subject and title of her book and to join Johanna Drucker , Peter Stoicheff , Jerome McGann and a long list of scholars conducting the analysis Duguid urged.
Which brings us back to Drucker the book artist, who argues that instead of considering the page, table of contents, etc.