1.Why Bioregional Economics? Part One: Making Sense of the Bioregion 2. What is a bioregion? 3. The Economist as Shaman 4. A Culture of Wildness Part Two: Bioregional Resourcing 5. Visioning the Bioregional Economy 6. Provisioning and Provenance 7. Work as Craft 8. What About my iPod? 9. Conviviality and Community Part Three: Policies for a Bioregional Economy 10. Challenging Trade; Protecting the Earth 11. A System of Enhanced Self-reliant Local Economies 12. Sharing the Common Wealth of the Bioregion 13. Living the Full Circle of Life
Molly Scott Cato is Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at Roehampton University, UK. She is the author of Green Economics: An Introduction to Theory, Policy and Practice (Earthscan, 2008) and she has written widely on themes concerned with mutualism, social enterprise, policy responses to climate change, banking and finance, and local economies. She is a Director of Transition Stroud and of Stroud Common Wealth.