Changing minds changes very little. Overhauling the way we live is more like it. David Fell suggests that, for most of us, like-minded people will lead the way to Net Zero emissions.
John Perkins was a self-confessed economic hit man. He had his damascene conversion in the rainforests of the Amazon in conversation with shamans. As a result he has written extensively on economics and mystical aspects of indigenous cultures, not a usual combination. His most recent book is Touching the Jaguar: Transforming Fear into Action to Change Your Life and the World. The Mint caught up with him to find out what he had learnt from indigenous cultures to apply to economics.