[WSMDiscuss] Fwd: "Stopping the machines of socio-ecological destruction and building alternative worlds"
jai.sen at cacim.net
Wed Mar 13 09:27:52 CET 2019
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Greetings, Ashish, Ariel, and Rapha – the three on the Working Group that I happen to have the privilege of knowing –
Without having as yet had a chance to look through your essay or the book in which it is also the concluding essay, this is just a note of great excitement, on downloading and glancing at them, to warmly congratulate all of you on putting your minds together and coming up with these thoughts at this stage in history. And to also congratulate the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung for supporting and perhaps even initiating this project.
Knowing some of the work that each of you has done – and also Edgardo Lander’s -, I am really sincerely hoping that your essay and the book do comprehensively address the larger interconnecting questions - and crises - that we today face, which is so urgently necessary.
With warm greetings, and with hope !
PS : I am also copying this reply on other lists, so that even more people get to know of this work !
> On Mar 13, 2019, at 1:05 PM, Ashish Kothari via WSM-Discuss <wsm-discuss at lists.openspaceforum.net> wrote:
> Friends, see below and attached an essay some of us contributed to, 'Stopping the machines of socio-ecological destruction and building alternative worlds":
> This was also printed as the Conclusion of the book 'Alternatives in a World of Crisis' that the Working Group Beyond Development (supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation) brought out last year.THe book is available at:
> NEW!’Alternative Futures: India Unshackled’, https://www.amazon.in/dp/B077S479W4
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