Our societies are facing multiple interconnected challenges, which include climate emergency, an unprecedented loss of biodiversity, growing inequality and plastic pollution. What connects these […]
How can going local enable a more sustainable and regenerative world that works for all?
The purpose of this Category is to clearly demonstrate how globalization has destroyed many of our life-support systems and local businesses, and the steps that localization can enable a brighter toorrow.
Scarcity or Abundance: The Horizonal Nature of Social Relations By Frederic Jennings, originally published by Resilience.org December 2, 2020 SCARCITY (OPPOSITION) I was taught the […]
In this reflective conversation, Helena Norberg-Hodge (Director of Local Futures) speaks with political activist and author David Korten (co-founder, Yes! Magazine) and South Korean […]
How can we feed the world—today and tomorrow? The biggest players in the food industry—from pesticide pushers to fertilizer makers to food processors and […]
From Local Futures Economic localization offers multi-faceted solutions to the problems created by globalization. In Local Futures learning guide on globalization, we sketched the […]
What if the solutions we are seeking are much simpler than we thought? We could utilize our greatest resource—ourselves. Increasingly, people are seeing through […]
“Is it junk or is it food?” The answer may not be as obvious as you think. Join Seleyn DeYarus your host of Regenerative Voices™ […]
Economic localization offers multi-faceted solutions to the problems created by globalization. In Local Futures’ learning guide on globalization, we sketched the outlines of the […]
Poverty, climate change, the breakdown of democracy, an epidemic of depression – the world is facing a convergence of crises. The cause? Economic globalization. What […]
Since we all want a world that works for all of us, let us chart a new course to bring it about. Our future […]