Edited by Cheryl Glotfelty and Eve Quesnel, this collection presents Peter Berg’s bioregional vision and its global, local, urban, and rural applications. It provides a highly accessible introduction to bioregional philosophy and contains a bibliography of Berg’s publications.Read More
Published by Planet Drum in 1980. The book, with an introduction by Peter Berg, raised the questions: Is devolution like revolution? Will new countries lean to the left, the right, or a new direction? Follow Zwerin’s storytelling to discover a journey from states to nations.Read More
The book was developed by Peter Berg, based on workshops he held. It leads readers to a new appreciation of their relationships with local natural systems through a practical, hands-on map-making exercise.Read More
Essays, manifestos, interviews, presentations and poems that begin in the late 1960’s and guide the reader through the awakening of the evolving understandings of post-industrial society. Introductions, written expressly for this collection, discuss the historical and psychological context of the pieces.Read More
A series of nine symposia were held to consider urban sustainability questions with people actively involved in particular topics. This book resulted to provide guidelines for how positive changes might occur and what “visions” of a Green City anywhere would be like.