Author Profile: Herbert Girardet
Herbert Girardet is Chairman of the Schumacher Society and author of Cities, People, Planet. He is an Associate Editor of Resurgence.
COP-out in Paris? • Herbert Girardet
Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Ecologist
Reflecting on the shortcomings of the climate change deal
The Challenges Ahead • Bill McKibben, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Jeremy Seabrook, Herbert Girardet & Craig Bennett
Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Resurgence50
Bill McKibben, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Jeremy Seabrook, Herbert Girardet and Craig Bennett on the coming agenda for environmentalists and campaigners for social justice
Review of More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First
An unplanned, urbanised world could be a tragedy in the making
Review of A Renewable World: Policies, Practices and Technologies.
Review of The World Future Council's first major book asserts that we need to make profound changes in our culture and our relationship with Nature if we are to survive this and future centuries.
Issue 236 • May/June 2006 • Animate Earth > Undercurrents
Dongtan, the world's first eco-city, is leading the way in urban sustainability.
Issue 232 • September/October 2005 • Nature Knows us - do we know nature? > Regulars > Visionaries
ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE • Herbert Girardet
Issue 218 • May/June 2003 • Futility of War > Prospects for Peace
A letter to America.
GLOBAL VILLAGE OR GLOBAL PILLAGE? • Herbert Girardet
Issue 216 • January/February 2003 • Patterns of Wholeness > Feature Articles
Where governments fail, civil society is rising to the challenge.
A RING OF GREEN • Herbert Girardet
Urban farming in Shanghai.
GOOD ENOUGH CITIES • Herbert Girardet
Review of Building the 21st-Century Home London, Pathways to the Future
A QUARTER CENTURY • Herbert Girardet
Issue 201 • July/August 2000 • Only Connect - Soil, Soul, Society > Feature Articles
We need to build on the many new ideas that grew out of the green movement in the last twenty-five years
WHAT KIND OF CITY? • Herbert Girardet
Issue 189 • July/August 1998 • Right to a Way of Life > Feature Articles
Cities of the future need to be Earth-friendly, energy-efficient andspiritually enchanting.