Out of the Labyrinth: Who We Are, How We Go Wrong and What We Can Do about ItPaperback
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- Publisher: Monkfish Book Publishing
- Format: Paperback | 209 pages
- Dimensions: 135mm x 211mm x 18mm | 295g
- Publication date: 1 May 2004
- ISBN 10: 0972635769
- ISBN 13: 9780972635769
- Edition statement: New.
- Sales rank: 1,743,164
." . . blends story and philosophy into a dazzling concoction that offers powerful guidance to us all. It offers brilliant insights into personal, cultural, and national realities and possibilities. Fascinating!"--Thom Hartmann, author, "The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight""Frankel tells a compelling story in a compelling way. His is a voice that must be heard and, thankfully, it's a lyrical voice that is sheer pleasure to read."--Marjorie Kelly, author, "The Divine Right of Capital"Combines a personal narrative, visionary framework, and cultural criticism into a story about where we have gone wrong as a culture and what we must do--and become--to set things right again.Carl Frankel is the author of "In Earth's Company: Business, Environment and the Challenge of Sustainability."
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Carl Frankel is a nationally-known writer, journalist, speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur specializing in sustainable development. Frankel is currently a senior columnist with the US-based magazine Green@Work, and Director, Strategic Communications and Advisor to the Chairman with ManyOne Networks, a start-up, socially responsible 'web portal service provider'.
"Frankel tells a compelling story in a compelling way. His is a voice that must be heard and, thankfully, it's a lyrical voice that is sheer pleasure to read."