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Developed world economies have grown rich by exploiting the poor and causing untold damage to planet earth's human carrying capacity.
Anyone who claims to be Christian, anyone who cares about their brothers and sisters in the developing nations of the world, and anyone who cares about our own children's futures, must understand the extent of the problems and recognise their role in turning things around.
This book will open the eyes of the reader to the great inequalities and also the ecological damage caused by an unsustainable and immoral economic model and it will challenge them to do their bit to put it right.
Marcus Culverwell has a Master’s degree in education and is a head teacher in Surrey.
As a founder member of the education for social responsibility (ESR) working group, Marcus is helping to promote the importance of education for social responsibility across the education sector.
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