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ROBERTSON WORK

Nonfiction Author and Ecosystem/Justice Activist

As an author and activist, Robertson serves people and planet and calls others to join in catalyzing compassionate-ecological communities, organizations, nations, and global society. Having worked in over fifty countries for over fifty years, he was UNDP principal policy adviser of decentralized governance, NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service adjunct professor of innovative leadership, and Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) executive-director in four countries conducting organizational, community, and leadership development initiatives. He has written five books, published by C2 Press, and contributed to eleven others. This site includes information and reviews of his books, blog posts, online sites, and his articles and chapters in other books.

 

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Past. Present. Future.

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A COMPASSIONATE CIVILIZATION

HTTPS://WWW.AMAZON.COM/DP/1546972617

We live in the most critical time in human history. We face interlocking crises of climate chaos, ecocide, patriarchy, systemic poverty, plutocracy, bigotry, and perpetual warfare. Let us dare to dream and realize a new civilization of compassion. Let us take the necessary actions for environmental sustainability, gender equality, socioeconomic justice, participatory governance, cultural tolerance, and nonviolence and peace.


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This is the author's life story of his love for the world and his family. His journey begins in small-town Oklahoma and encircles the planet with ICA, UNDP, and NYU, in service to poor villages and slums, cities, nations, and public servants. The reader participates in his awakening, calling, travels, loves, adventures, beliefs, acts of service, struggles, tragedies, ecstasies, reflections, and life lessons.


 
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EARTHLING LOVE: Living Poems

- celebrating Earth and humanity, and commemorating family and self

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578711257