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Not Business As Usual: Bill Reed & Rob Deitz

RobDietzBillReed“A person who knows that enough is enough will always have enough” – Lao Tzu (6th Century B.C.E.)

Like it or not, we are all consumers to some degree. But when is enough enough exactly? This week on Sea Change Radio, we dive into two very different ends of the consumerism pool.[amazon-product align=”right”]160994805X[/amazon-product]

First, we speak to the co-founder and CEO of Estancia Beef, Bill Reed, whose company is making inroads in the very competitive US market by importing grass-fed beef from Argentina. We’ll learn how his company can compete in both price and sustainability. Next, we hear from author Rob Dietz to discuss his thought-provoking new book “Enough Is Enough,” which sounds the alarm on the need to change the current internationally accepted standards for economic success.

Game-Changer: Shifting Culture from Consumerism to Sustainability

Sea Change Radio’s new Co-Host Kelsey Flynn and Bill Baue speak with Erik Assadourian and Gary Gardner, senior researchers at the Worldwatch Institute, about the new book, State of the World 2010: Transforming Cultures from Consumerism to Sustainability.

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