Here, the Prince of Wales calls upon his years of research and explores the way in which mankind must work to restore the delicate balance with nature that we've lost in the centuries since the industrial revolution began.
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HRH Prince Charles is first in line to the throne. His wide range of interests is reflected in 'The Prince's Charities', 20 not-for-profit organisations of which he is President. The organisations are active across areas including opportunity and enterprise, education, health and the built and natural environments. The Prince's concerns about developments in these fields have been elaborated in many speeches and articles but Harmony is the first time his philosophy has been explained.TONY JUNIPER is an environmental campaigner and the Green Party's General Election candidate for Cambridge. His career highlights include five years as Executive Director of Friends of the Earth. He now works as an independent sustainability and environment adviser. He is the author of several bestselling books, including Saving Planet Earth (2007).IAN SKELLY is a much-loved BBC Radio 3 presenter with a passion for music and the arts. Before working at the BBC, he was an award-winning travel writer for The Observer. He is also a published writer on the arts.Review:
`An important book...By promoting the idea of a revolution in consciousness as the remedy for contemporary ills the prince shows he is a modern man.' THE INDEPENDENT`A bold and courageous book.' THE TELEGRAPH`The breadth is panoramic... The book has an engaging candour, inviting the reader into a one-on-one conversation...Harmony reacquaints us with a sense of our collective spirit.' THE ECOLOGIST`A remarkable fusion of philosophy, ecology, theology, artistry, biology and cosmology' SUNDAY TASMANIAN
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Book Description Harper Collins Promotion. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7881061