This third book aims to discuss a permaculture perspective on the economy, our economic system, and how we could cooperate and distribute our resources. Is it possible to limit our energy consumption in the process of establishing a more inclusive economy? Can we balance consumption and revenue so wealth will be more equally shared? Moreover, this book speaks of consuming as much as it discusses making and trading. Trading flourishes upon purchase by a consumer from a manufacturer. Thus, consuming responsibly goes hand in hand with making and trading responsibly and with generating abundance.
Let us see beyond the conventional economic model and shift into more ethical and permaculture-based production and consumption.