The Value Crisis


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bullet Exploring the Value Crisis, Caledon Public Library Discussion Series,
Tuesdays, 12 January - 22 March, 2016
A very special book club has been created at the request of readers to explore The Value Crisis one chapter per evening.  This free series takes place every second Tuesday (7pm-8:30) at the Alton Branch and is open to all.  Read the brochure or click here to learn more.
 
bullet Stellar review for The Value Crisis from well-respected journal!, Alternatives Journal, 09 July, 2015
Andrew Welch has a thing about numbers.  He loves them.  But he gradually began to see the disconnect between growing, multiple global crises and the day-to-day human behaviour that produced them. [...] Dizzingly well researched... This book is a great reference on the in and outs of economics, politics, finance and the human condition.  Read full review
 
bullet Andrew Welch selected as Author of the Month, Caledon Public Library, April, 2015
Andrew Welch has been selected by the Caledon Public Library as their Read Local Caledon showcase author for April 2015.  Read more details
 
bullet Global climate and economic crises really a crisis in values, author says at Guelph Resilience Festival, Guelph Mercury (front page), March 30, 2015
Andrew Welch doesn't deny there's a crisis.  He just has another way of looking at the crisis.  And in doing so, he hopes to find a different set of answers.  Read article
 
bullet The first published review for The Value Crisis, Tapestry Magazine, King Township, Winter 2015
Andrew Welch voices the concern – and examines the causes - that many of us have but cannot articulate as well as he does: that human values everywhere are decaying at an alarming rate. [...] This is a thought-provoking book that you should read, act upon, and share.  Read full review
 
bullet Andrew Welch’s new book explores today’s conundrums, Caledon Citizen, September 18, 2014
Caledon resident Andrew Welch will be officially launching his book, entitled The Value Crisis – From Dollars to Democracy, Why Numbers are Ruining Our World at Alton Mill Arts Centre tomorrow (Friday) at 7 p.m.  Read article
 
bullet Town Crier has talent for community service, The Erin Advocate, February 12, 2014
Andrew Welch is a man of many green hats, not just the large ceremonial one he wears when playing the part of Erin’s Town Crier.  His interest in environmental issues has led to involvement with Transition Erin (even though he lives in Alton), using his experience as a corporate facilitator to help bring together a collection of working groups.  Read article
 
bullet Town crier appointed by Erin councillors, The Wellington Advertiser, March 30, 2012
With the ringing of a bell and a hearty “Hear Ye, Hear Ye,” Erin council started off with the sounds of town crier Andrew Welch.  Read article
 
bullet Town Crier appointed, Caledon Enterprise, September 29, 2011
Caledon’s councillors adopted a motion on Tuesday to appoint Andrew Welch as the official town crier for the Town of Caledon.  Welch’s term as crier will end in November 2014, at the end of term for this council.  Read article
 
bullet The man who would be Caledon's town crier, SouthFields Village Voice, Spring 2011
When Ms. Betty Kading was appointed Orangeville's Town Crier, in 2008, Andrew Welch's interest was peaked.  Three years later, he's going for it...   Read article (on page 30)
 
bullet First it was Earth Hour, now Earth Day is upon us, Caledon Enterprise, April 15, 2010
Forty years ago this month, humanity celebrated the very first Earth Day.  It was, for most of us, the dawning on our consciousness of the connection between the two – Earth and the human species.  Read article
 
bullet Atwood readings and entertainment at Claude church will mark Earth Day, Caledon Enterprise, April 17, 2009
Earth Day 2009 (imagine a drum roll here and a cymbal crash).  We could just let it go by like any other of the 364 days OR we could, with our families, make it memorable and meaningful.  And without much planning or effort on our part.  April 22, international Earth Day, will be marked in Caledon this year in a unique manner, thanks to the imagination and commitment of Caledon author and performer, Andrew Welch.  Read article
 
bullet Super Guy, SideRoads of Caledon & Erin, Dec. 1, 2008
Alton resident Andrew Welch is surely a Renaissance man, maybe even a superman.  With talents as a take charge environmentalist, businessman, actor, musician, facilitator, IT specialist, writer and mountain climber, Welch sees the big picture in everything he does, a talent, which is having an impact right here in Caledon.  Read article
 
bullet Andrew Welch and the Claude Fiddle Club at Claude Church, Brampton.com, Dec. 16, 2007
Storytelling and fiddle music go well together.  At Claude Church on Dec. 16 at 7 p.m., the Claude Fiddle Club will join forces with professional actor Andrew Welch, to present an evening's entertainment in support of the Caledon Community Services Food Bank.  Read article
 
 

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