Listening to Living Democracy: Audio Book

These are dark times. Could they be the darkest before the dawn? Can we turn this juggernaught around and cultivate an ecological, living democracy?

You can now listen to Tim Hollo reading his book, Living Democracy, to find inspiration, ideas, and encouragement to do your own thinking.

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Wars are raging. Extinction is in the air. There’s a mounting sense of desperation in the face of ecological crises, gaping economic inequality and racial injustice, and a post-truth in politics that’s divorced from reality.

Living Democracy - An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it - Tim Hollo

But what if it were possible for us to not just survive, but thrive, in the 21st century? What if the solutions to our ecological, social, and political crises could all be found in the same approach?

In Living Democracy, Green Institute Executive Director Tim Hollo offers bold ideas and a positive vision for the future. While it might be the end of the world as we know it, it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. In fact, around the globe, people and communities are beginning a whole new journey.

Whether you’re a concerned community member, or someone who is already active in social or environmental campaigning, this book will inspire and inform you, and get you fired up to co-create a common, more equitable future. A living democracy. Tim presents lessons for communities, organisations, political parties, and individuals, and a recipe for combining all these ingredients into transformative collective action.

The book – and audiobook – is intended to stimulate conversation and debate in the Greens party and our surrounding social movements about what kind of change we’re working for, and how we believe this change can happen. The Green Institute welcomes responses, critiques, and other ideas, and will happily publish these at Green Agenda.

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