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The publisher: Latin America is at the forefront of thinking on how to build a new sustainable economy that rejects consumerism and extractivism. An exciting compilation on new ideas such as Buen Vivir that are reshaping the global debate on how to live in harmony with each other and nature.

Contents
> Prologue: Crisis of civilisation and challenges for the left – Miriam Lang
> Debates on development and its alternatives in Latin America. A brief heterodox guide – Eduardo Gudynas
> Critiques and alternatives to development: a feminist perspective – Margarita Aguinaga, Miriam Lang, Dunia Mokrani, Alejandra Santillana
> Extractivism and neoextractism: two sides of the same curse – Alberto Acosta
> Complementary and conflicting transformation projects in heterogeneous societies – Edgardo Lander
> The role of the state and public policies in processes of transformation – Ulrich Brand
> Resource extractivism and alternatives: Latin American perspectives on development – Maristella Svampa
> Buen Vivir as a model for state and economy – Raúl Prada
> Decolonisation and dismantling patriarchy in order to ‘live well’ – Elisa Vega
> Transitions to post-extractivism: directions, options, areas of action – Eduardo Gudynas
> Glossary