Conversations with Evolutionary Thinkers
Discussions with leading-edge authors, speakers and practitioners on topics of evolutionary impact.
What can prosperity possibly mean in a world of environmental and social limits? This question has guided Tim Jackson’s research for over thirty years. Rejecting the simplistic idea that more is always better, and that economic growth is an infallible route to the “good life”, Tim has always been fascinated by a much broader vision of a shared and lasting prosperity, in which people have the potential to flourish as human beings, without increasingly damaging the finite planet we share with other species, and on which we depend for a home.
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Books by Tim Jackson
Tim Jackson is also a versatile dramatist with numerous radio-writing credits. His work includes love stories, biographies and thrillers.
His dramatic writing has helped bring scientific controversies to a wider audience. With radio producer Janet Whitaker he has explored the complexity of altruism and the controversy of ivory poaching. For former Archers producer Vanessa Whitburn he wrote a 30 episode environmental thriller series exploring the conflict between environment and development.