Sustainability Context: Why the elephant is the roomA pioneering book about planetary boundaries, limits to growth and global megatrends Book 3 in the 'Towards 9 Billion' sustainability series. this is a small book about big questionsregarding sustainability context and global megatrends.What are planetary boundaries?What are the global megatrends?Do we know our limits to growth?How do we thrive in a sustainable economy?How do we manage population growth?How do we leverage natural growth?These questions and many more are raised and discussed in the concise and pioneering work ofbrothers - Joss & Dominic Tantram of terrafiniti.com. The authors each have over 20 years’professional experience specialising in sustainability context, population growth, planetary boundariesglobal megatrends, limits to growth, sustainable development goals and the sustainable economy.Following on from book 2 about sustainable energy and alternative energy, this book focuses thereader's attention on sustainability context and limits to growth. In this book, the sustainabilitythought leaders, consultants and keynote speakers focus attention on planetary boundaries,population growth, global megatrends.In Book 3 of the “Towards 9 Billion series”, the authors also discuss key concepts such as sustainable growth and sustainable development goals.What others are saying about 'Sustainability Context: Why the elephant is the room'“Terrafiniti’s Towards 9 Billion book series asks the important questions that lie beneath theaccelerating chaos of systems no longer fit for purpose. We ignore them at our peril. They provideinsightful analysis and innovative solutions which help us see the reality of the challenge, and the hope for change, through a clear lens. I hope these important contributions are widely read.”John Fullerton, Founder and President, Capital Institute“Big ideas for massive challenges: Terrafiniti’s Towards 9 Billion provides a wide range of solution-oriented perspectives on the prospect – often seen as daunting – of accommodating 9 billionpeople within the remits of our one planet.” David Nussbaum, Chief Executive, WWF-UK“Suspect the future’s going to be very different? Unsure how multiple economic, social andenvironmental forces will collide? But too little time to explore? Well treat yourself to a Towards 9 billion e-book. Short, sharp, accessible insights on what the future might look like and how you shouldprepare for it.” Mike Barry, Director, Plan A, Marks & Spencer“Few commentators on sustainability understand just how important compound interest and itsreciprocal in the discount rate are in driving an unsustainable future. By normalising discounting as ameans of investment appraisal we discount the children’s future. We turn the world into a cog withinthe financial machine. Joss Tantram’s book draws attention to this matter, meriting close attention.”Alastair McIntosh, author of ‘Soil and Soul’Download your copy of 'Sustainability Context: Why the elephant is the room' TodayThe 3rd book in the 'Towards 9 Billion' sustainability series will challenge your assumptions andencourage you to seek new answers to tough questions about sustainability context, planetaryboundaries, limits to growth, global megatrends, the sustainable economy and managing economicand population growth.If you're interested or passionate about sustainability context, the sustainable economy, limits to growth, global megatrends, planetary boundaries or in achieving sustainable development goals then take action, buy this book now.