"This is precisely the bold economic thinking that we need!"
—Randy Hayes, Rainforest Action Network founder & Director, Foundation Earth
"A cogent, compelling blueprint for building an economy where everyone can thrive without wrecking the planet along the way."
—Carl Honoré, Author of In Praise of Slowness
"What would business look like aligned with a just and sustainable planet? This book offers a vision, and more than that, a practical path that people can implement right now."
—Charles Eisenstein, Author of Sacred Economics, and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible
"Combining passion and hard evidence, How on Earth is a fascinating, highly original book. It points to how non-profit organizations can play a major role in building a more caring and sustainable economy. It further documents a strong trend in this direction through not-for-profit models that generate revenue that is then invested in caring for people and nature."
—Riane Eisler, Author of The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics
"How on Earth explains how a thriving economy doesn't have to be based on providing returns to private shareholders and investors. Not-for-profit enterprises are among the most successful and sustainable businesses around. This book is a must read!"
—Linda Wilcox-Young, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Economics, Southern Oregon University
"The concepts here go so much deeper and broader than the already profound financial and ecological ramifications. This book strikes at our heart space, reminding us that the human connectivity between us all is what matters most, and that our shared quest for prosperity is dramatically easier when we focus on developing strong business that exist to generate communal wealth."
—Prof. Vijoleta Braach-Maksvytis, Ph.D, FAICD, Former head, Office of the Chief Scientist of Australia