"In a series of brilliant essays, Schmidt addresses questions that most politicians fear to face and offers 'thinking outside of the box' solutions. Readers beware: Schmidt will make you think and question things you have been trained to accept as received wisdom. This is dangerous, radical stuff." Christopher A. Shaw, Ph. D., Professor, University of British Columbia.
This book tackes the ideological constraints to enviromental sustainability and proves how a reduced work week can help solve many of our social and enviromental problems. Conrad Schmidt is an internationally known social activist. He is the founder of Artists Against War in Canada, the creator of the World Naked Bike Ride, and the founder of the Work Less Party.