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Summary

Credit: Marianne Cooper

Paul had Abe Coley, from Home ReSource in Missoula, with him in this podcast to review Just Enough: Lessons on Living Green from Traditional Japan, by Azby Brown.

Learning from a sustainable city or lessons on living green.

Paul discusses the intent belief the author has, that this is the way all things should be done. There’s emphasis on the integrity of self-policing not only of the mind but the behavior of the individuals that make up a true community and ideals of zero waste.

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