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Tag "Utopia"

The Lessons of the Loess Plateau shows how an ancient civilization failed because they degraded their ecosystem functions. This parallels many if not all of the original cradles of civilization. But recently the Chinese people are showing that it is possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems. It’s also known as the Green wall of China.

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“The Temple is at the edge of where we bring order to chaos. It is where our community goes to unburden themselves.” – Moze




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“If you want a convincing account of just how deep the shift in our new axial age is and must be, look no further than this brilliant book by Charles Eisenstein, one of the deepest integrative thinkers active today.”

– Michel Bauwens, founder of the P2P Foundation

Sacred Economics (2012) – short film by Ian MacKenzie, a teaser on the ideas of Charles Eisenstein and the return of the gift.


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In the face of grave ecological and social crises, why is a spirit of optimism poking through the despair? And what’s love got to do with it? Yoga? Music? Or are these just distractions from the struggle at hand? Join Charles for a heady exploration of hope, naivete, and the expansion of the realm of the possible.



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In The Zero Marginal Cost Society, Jeremy Rifkin describes how the emerging Internet of Things is speeding us to an era of nearly free goods and services, precipitating the meteoric rise of a global Collaborative Commons and the eclipse of capitalism.



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Build yourself. | Tristan Copley Smith from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo.

Open Source Ecology

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Philosopher, political activist, author, record producer, speaker and songwriter. Bard has written three books on the internet revolution, collectively known as The Futurica Trilogy.
In his talk he poses a slightly odd -but surprisingly relevant- question: “What if the Internet is God?”


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