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ISBN:
0967636442
Author:
Spencer Beebe,Sam Beebe
Category:
Professionals & Academics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ecotrust (December 12, 2010)
Pages:
264 pages
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1238 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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Cache is, in Tom Brokaw's words, an "evocative and inspirational book.

Spencer Beebe believes that a more reliable prosperity will elude us until we change our relations with each other and with the rest of the natural world. Cache: Creating Natural Economies provides on-the-ground examples of how we can do this. Beebe, who has been described as a practical visionary, has been at the forefront of efforts to create more resilient communities, economies, and environments for almost forty years. Cache is, in Tom Brokaw's words, an "evocative and inspirational book.

Sam Beebe (Illustrator). Spencer Beebe believes that a more reliable prosperity will elude us unless we change our relations with each other and with the rest of the natural world. Beebe, who has been described as a practical visionary, has been at the forefront of efforts to create more resilient communities, Spencer Beebe believes that a more reliable prosperity will elude us unless we change our relations with each other and with the rest of the natural world.

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Cache: Creating Natural Economies. Join Ecotrust President Spencer B. Beebe on Oct 17 in Joseph, Oregon to discuss the connections that exist between natural resources and the economies that support our communities. Fishtrap, Inc. - Lectures. Cache is the story both of how Beebe arrived at this conviction and of how it operates in the lives of real people grappling with real problems in the places they call home. By Spencer Beebe ’68. Ecotrust Publications, 2010. Beebe’s central message is that both traditional economics and traditional conservation have failed to deliver reliable prosperity. Still Life in Photography.

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Spencer B. Beebe, Ecotrust Founder and Board Chairman, spoke about Ecotrust’s newest project. With the community’s help, it will spawn young businesses and connect them to Oregon’s resources.

Spencer Beebe believes that a more reliable prosperity will elude us unless we change our relations with each other and with the rest of the natural world. Cache: Creating Natural Economies provides on-the-ground examples of how we can do this. Beebe, who has been described as a practical visionary, has been at the forefront of efforts to create more resilient communities, economies, and environments for four decades. In the 1970s he ran the Northwest and Western regional programs of The Nature Conservancy; in the 1980s he developed The Nature Conservancy international program and was founding president of Conservation International; today he is founder and president of Ecotrust, where his innovations include founding the world's first environmental bank; creating a range of programs in fisheries, forestry, food, and farms; establishing an annual awards program that honors and supports the work of indigenous people; and developing new scientific and information tools to improve social, economic, and environmental decision-making. Cache not only recounts Beebe's personal journey, but also traces the parallel evolution of the environmental movement and provides fresh thinking about the road ahead. It is a book for business people who wish to build businesses with more than the bottom-line in mind; for conservationists who wish to get practical results in a world not always sympathetic to their goals; and for people who simply love nature and, like Beebe, try to learn from it. Cache is, in Tom Brokaw's words, an "evocative and inspirational book."
  • Jarortr
I wanted to like this book, but it took forever to get through. A little dry, I hoped for something more.
  • Ceck
An amazing book and must read for anyone interested in a refreshing and innovative way of thinking about ways to integrate human well-being and environmental protection. Spencer Beebe's journey through the world of environmental conservation follows an evolution in thinking which in my opinion rings true for many young conservation professionals these days. Cache offers a future of hope and a new way of thinking about advancing progress and well-being--that environmental protection and addressing the social and economic issues of our day go hand-in-hand. What I love most about this book is that this is all told by bringing readers along Beebe's 'fly by the seat of your pants' journey full of colorful and laugh-out-loud adventures about the joys of working with fishers, ranchers, philanthropists, and the excitement of running with new ideas and dreaming big. Truly inspiring, this is one of those books that makes you realize that you don't have to have everything figured out..as long as you have new ideas, are passionate, and surround yourself with good people--big things can happen.
  • Beahelm
There are plenty of idealistic visionaries out there but few translate their dreams from shower musings into highly successful action plans. Spencer Beebe, the author, is a remarkable guy who has written an amazing book. Cache traces his path---and global travels---from the 60's to present day, promoting the cause of environmental conservation. This book is not a holier-than-thou tree-hugger take on a familiar movement. It's an entertaining and inspirational adventure saga that opened my eyes to the real life practical impact that protecting and preserving the physical environment can have on people's daily lives. A bonus---Cache is full of spectacular color photos taken on location. And if you're interested but can't buy it yourself, you can always ask your local library to order a copy.
  • Zeli
Spencer Beebe's vision for "reliable prosperity" is wonderfully told in this engaging book. Through a series of well-written stories, he illustrates how economics and the environment can be linked to create long term social benefits. Where others see conflict, he sees opportunity. A remarkable individual and interesting read.