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After the Crash
10 minute video- After the Crash: From chasing money to choosing community introducing a vision of a community-based sustainable future.
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I’ve been recently told that the very interesting Radical Technology Revisited conference held in London last September has now put all the talks online. I gave two talks, and so I’m very happy to give the links. My first talk … Continue reading
Corbyn did well in the referendum. Trying to sack him is just opportunism by the New Labour/Blairite faction, and is suicidal for the Labour Party. Rather, the Labour Party should be jumping at the opportunity to sweep up the Leave … Continue reading
I’ve just read this excellent paper Toward Regenerative Society: Plan for Rapid Transition, from the Center for Planetary Culture. It gives an excellent overview of the kind of society so many of us are seeking. Here’s the table of contents:
On Monday, David Cameron wrote in the Guardian: “Six years on from the financial crash that brought the world to its knees, red warning lights are once again flashing on the dashboard of the global economy. As I met world … Continue reading
Yesterday, Naomi Klein spoke before a packed Westminster Central Hall, and I was there. I wasn’t expecting such a large and grand hall (seats 2,300), and the enthusiasm of the crowd, frequently breaking into applause was wonderful. The deep … Continue reading
Hello friends, This is a big day for me. After a long gestation, I’m releasing the second edition of my book, eGaia, Growing a peaceful, sustainable Earth through communications, and also a 10 minute video, After the Crash: From chasing … Continue reading
In an article in this week’s New Scientist, “Losing our religion” by Graham Lawton takes a rather narrow, but quite common, view of religion as mainly determined by active membership in a traditional religion and a belief in a God, … Continue reading