Music is not – and has never been – the sole domain of the young. Ever since Elvis, that is, when the music industry discovered how easy a market youth was. Here money is spent freely and the young dictate the soundtrack of our times
This weighty tome is a collaborative response to the 1987 Brundtland Report, which called for a new era of economic growth that was both socially and environmentally sustainable.
Four Fish begins with the thirteen-year-old Greenberg doing what he loves most off Long Island Sound near New York: fishing. Selling his surplus catch in the car park of his school to badly paid teachers, Greenberg adhered to sustainability standards long before they became necessary buzzwords
Editor-at-Large at The Times, and with impressive academic credentials, one might expect economist Anatole Kaletsky’s reflections on the emergence of a fourth version of capitalism to be somewhat institutionalised. But they are far from it.
You don't have to believe in God to sense that we are something more than science alone can define