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Title Our moment of choice : evolutionary visions and hope for the future / edited by Robert Atkinson, Kurt Johnson, and Deborah Moldow.

Publication Info. New York : Atria Books, [2020]
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  170.44 OUR    AVAILABLE
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Description xxii, 346 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-320).
Summary "This timely and compelling anthology is a rousing call-to-action for all of us to help transform the world into a just, peaceful, and thriving one-featuring creative and practical solutions to the many crises facing humanity today. Humanity is currently facing a series of interconnected emergencies that threaten our very survival-from climate change to economic inequality and beyond. And yet, at the same time, a global shift towards harnessing our collective power to create a life-affirming future is flourishing. Featuring entries by forty-two cutting-edge thinkers, such as Deepak Chopra, Lynne McTaggart, and more, Our Moment of Choice provides eye-opening and inspirational visions for a unified, peaceful, and thriving world. The time has come for all humanity to be united in purpose. This is our collective moment of choice, upon which our future depends"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Humanity.
Social evolution.
Added Author Atkinson, Robert, 1945- editor.
Johnson, Kurt, 1946- editor.
Moldow, Deborah, editor.
O'Dea, James. Great map of peace.
Moldow, Deborah. Spirituality in the twenty-first century.
Wilson, David Sloan. Integrating an evolutionary vision of the future with "hard" science.
Jain, Shilpa, 1981- Jamming.
Beckwith, Michael Bernard. Is world peace possible?
Elgin, Duane. Evolutionary wisdom for a world in great transition.
Wahl, Daniel Christian. Regenerating earth and her people.
Buffalo, Constance. One good person.
Lane, Phil. Prophesies, dynamic change, and a new global civilization.
Perkins, John, 1945- Reasons for optimism.
ISBN 9781582707624 (hardcover)
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