This is part 2 of a 10 part series Paul, Abe Coley and Rory Paige review the book Just Enough: Lessons in Living Green from Traditional Japan.
This book, by Azby Brown, is written as a series of stories about the people of the Edo period of Japan, which was from 1603 to 1868. In the times leading up to the Edo period has many parallels to the world today and how they pulled themselves back from a potentially huge crisis. The basis of their culture was having 'just enough', living simply and zero waste, my like Paul's ideas for husp (Horticulture of United States of Pocahontas).
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