From making the case for poor country debt relief to exposing the ecological debts of rich countries, during 20 years of thinking and doing NEF has helped change the landscape of ideas and progressive action.

Gathered together in this new economics reader are highlights from two decades of challenging business-as-usual and guiding radical ideas from the margins to the mainstream.

It contains extracts from many of the orginal and leading pioneers in new economics. The book covers everything from globalisation to localisation, from ghost town Britain to urban regeneration, passing through religious economics, the single European market, recycling and waste, local democracy, new economic indicators, time banks, corporate accountability and climate change.