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Monday, February 3, 2020

Feasible Living - Dealing with Ecological Anxiety While Adapting to Our Changing World by Ken Kroes

"I read Feasible Planet by Ken Kroes and put it down thinking, “I like this guy” and “Here are some things I can do.” It is a practical book and you never finish his work feeling like you have been hectored or lectured." Richard S., Goodreads


Published: November 28th, 2019

No matter which way we turn today, trends like pollution, climate change, and the 4th Industrial Revolution are impacting the ecosystems that you and I live in. 

The thrust of the book is to bring awareness to major global trends that we are facing and to give suggestions on how to adapt and prepare for them. 

Topics covered include mental health, physical health, employment and lifestyle, social impact, and emergency readiness. 

There is an emphasis on mentoring our youth who are especially impacted by both the anxiety that these trends raise and their direct impacts.

About the author:
Ken Kroes is the author of the Percipience Eco-Fiction Series and the non-fiction books, Feasible Planet and Feasible Living. He is passionate about our relationship with our planet and applies his diverse background which includes agriculture, mechanical engineering, and information systems into his writing. Born in Calgary, Canada he has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and has had the pleasure of living in many locations in North America and has traveled extensively.

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Dale Wilken said...

Sounds really great.

Victoria Alexander said...

Thanks for sharing the great post!

tetewa said...

Looks good!

clc408 said...

Sounds like a thought provoking book. I think I would enjoy it.

Mya Murphy said...

It's sad how the world is now.. I am excited about reading your view.

SheilaBee said...

Looking forward to reading this. We have to do all we can to save our planet.

billwinsbig said...

This is on my summer reading list