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*Pinned post* – The ongoing book tour, and where to buy David Fleming’s books

by Shaun Chamberlin on December 7th, 2016

Lean Logic and Surviving the Future - book tour

After all the hard work, my late mentor’s astonishing books are now available. There’s nothing I’m prouder to have been involved with. But several readers, understandably keen to avoid Amazon, mentioned that it wasn’t easy to find the books elsewhere online.

So now there’s an official page for the books with all you need. The “Order the books” section there will point you to the best deals for the books (or e-books), delivered to wherever you are in the world.

 


Book tour

for Lean Logic and Surviving the Future

Forthcoming public events:

 

Surviving the Future webinar
Weds 29th Nov 2017
– 9pm (UK time)
Shaun and Helena Norberg-Hodge will host a free webinar on Surviving the Future and David Fleming‘s legacy, in partnership with Transition US. The late UK time is because this webinar is primarily a followup for the US audiences who first engaged with Fleming’s work at various conferences over recent months. All welcome from anywhere in the world!
Register for free here.

 

Fleming anniversary event, Gaia Foundation
Thurs 30th Nov 2017
– 6:30-9:30pm
To mark the seventh anniversary of David Fleming’s death, Shaun will host a special evening with The Gaia Foundation at the beautiful Burgh House, honouring their late friend and fellow Hampstead resident. London, UK. Capacity limited.
Full details and tickets available here.

 

Sterling College symposium
Fri 1st Dec 2017
– 7:15pm
Sterling College will host an evening dedicated to David Fleming, with five influential devotees of his work – Peter Buffett, Chuck Collins, David Bollier, Margo Baldwin and Matthew Derr. Craftsbury Common, Vermont, USA.
Full details and free registration here.


 

Past events:

 

Fri 2nd – Sun 4th Sept 2016Dark Mountain Basecamp festival, Embercombe, Devon:

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