Gus Speth’s story, told in his new book Angels by the River, reminds us all that the work of social change requires constantly thinking anew about old problems. Gus is a member of our US Advisory Council and has been a great supporter of the work to defeat the Keystone XL pipeline and build a new economy. Gus was a critical part of some of the greatest victories the environmental movement has ever seen, and now he has turned his considerable energy and attention to the work of rebuilding a new economy because the planet, and its people–depend on it. We hope you’ll check it out! 

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