The 2020 Network Book Prize for the most significant book published by a Member during the year has been awarded to Colin Tudge for his book
The Great Re-Think: A 21st Century Renaissance.
Colin read Natural Sciences at Cambridge and worked as a science journalist for many years as well as hosting his own programme on Radio 3. In 2010 he founded the Oxford Real Farming Conference and is now helping to set up the College for Real Farming. In this seminal book he asks how we can create convivial societies in a flourishing biosphere based on fundamental principles of morality and ecology rooted in perennial metaphysics.
He will be giving a webinar course in April.
Colin Tudge is a biologist by education and a writer by trade who has worked for some years worked for BBC Radio3, New Scientist, and Farmers Weekly, and is author of about 20 books on the life sciences, agriculture, and food – and is increasingly interested in metaphysics. He a co-founder of the Oxford Real Farming Conference and the College for Real Farming and Food Culture. His latest book, The Great Re-Think, is published by Pari Publishing and available online from Blackwell’s and Waterstones.
‘All human action should be guided by moral/metaphysical principles on the one hand, and by the principles of ecology on the other.’