Synergetic Press has partnered with Academy Award-winning studio NEON to present SPACESHIP EARTH, the true, stranger-than-fiction, adventure of eight visionaries who, in 1991, spent two years quarantined inside of a self-engineered replica of Earth’s ecosystem called BIOSPHERE 2.
Reclaiming the Commons
Biodiversity, Indigenous Knowledge, and the Rights of Mother Earth
by Vandana Shiva
Reclaiming the Commons lays out the scientific, legal, political, and cultural struggle to defend the sovereignty of biodiversity and indigenous knowledge.
The Revolution We Expected
Cultivating a New Politics of Consciousness
By Claudio Naranjo
In The Revolution We Expected, celebrated doctor and psychotherapist Claudio Naranjo makes a final call to humanity to awaken to our collective potential and work to transcend our patriarchal past and present in order to build a new world. This book argues not only for a collective individual awakening, but a concerted effort to transform our institutions so that they are in service to a better world.
Life Under Glass
Crucial Lessons in Planetary Stewardship from Two Years in Biosphere 2
by Abigail Alling, Dr. Mark Nelson and Sally Silverstone
Planet in a bottle. Eden revisited. Laboratory under glass.
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What was it like to be "quarantined" inside a giant laboratory for twenty-four months? Our new book Life Under Glass: Crucial Lessons in Planetary Stewardship from Two Years in Biosphere 2 tells the inside story of Biosphere 2, presenting the only account written...
The Oil Spill that Inspired Earth Day On January 28, 1969, crude oil and gas erupted from a platform off the coast of Santa Barbara, spilling out into the Pacific waters. It blackened over 800 square miles of ocean, killing thousands of seabirds, marine mammals, and...
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