Two long reviews of Feasta's book Fleeing Vesuvius have appeared recently, one enthusiastic, the other markedly less so. Andy Wilson of An Taisce writes that " The point hammered home repeatedly is that solo runs are futile, while collaboration and working together offers communities their best chance..... Wonderful book. Buy it.” Graham Strouts is not so convinced. Is he raising questions which Feasta members should not ignore?
David Korowicz spoke at the Cork launch of Feasta's Fleeing Vesuvius. Described as a "goldmine" by Richard Heinberg, in his foreword to the just-published North American edition, Fleeing Vesuvius is Feasta's most important work to date.