For over 20 years, Écosociété has been publishing radical non-fiction designed to help understand, criticize, and transform society, at a rate of a dozen books each year.
Favorite themes of Écosociété include ecology, participatory democracy, North-South relations, economy and post-capitalism. The house has thus contributed to disseminate the ideas of Serge Mongeau (on degrowth, pacifism), Laure Waridel (responsible eating), Alain Deneault (global mining industry, tax havens) and Jean-Claude St-Onge (pharmaceutical industry). Écosociété also translates foreign-language works it considers essential reading, including some by Murray Bookchin, Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis, Jan Gehl, and Rob Hopkins.
Écosociété sells books in Canada and in French-speaking Europe. Government grants are available for foreign publishers interested in translating its books into languages other than English.
For all languages and rights, please contact David Murray, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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