JOSEPH WAYNE SMITH is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Geography at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He is the author of Healing a Wounded World (with G.Sauer-Thompson and G.Lyons), Is the End Nigh? (with E.Moore and G.Lyons), Beyond Economics: Postmodernity, Globalization and National Sustainability (with G.Sauer-Thompson), and Immigration and the Social Contract (with J.Tanton and D.McCormack eds). GRAHAM LYONS is a prominent Australian businessman and agriculturalist. He is the Director of Glen Bold Cattle Ranch in Echunga and a number of other properties. He has studied applied genetics at the Wait Agricultural Research Institute in Adelaide, South Australia. He is co-author of Is the End Nigh? (with E.Moore and J.W.Smith) and Healing a Wounded World (with G.Sauer-Thompson and J.W.Smith). GARY SAUER-THOMPSON was trained as an economist in New Zealand and worked in the New Zealand public service for a number of years. He returned to university after migrating to Australia where he studied philosophy. He is presently a Lecturer in Philosophy at Flinders University of South Australia. He is co-author of Healing a Wounded World (with J.W.Smith and G.Lyons) and Beyond Economics: Postmodernity, Globalization and National Sustainability (with J.W.Smith).