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Welcome to An information upgrade whose time is now.

Every year, thousands of people fly around the world to participate in world summits that want to change the world somehow. For the most part, they have become argument clinics, toxic debates, and rarely lead to any action.

It is time to get the ego out of the eco.

By combining the most productive elements of a conference experience and transforming them into a global virtual fully participatory multimedia experience, we create the possibility for long-term action by creating the ongoing experience every month dedicated to the world you want to live in.

To do this, Mobilized unites experts and advocates from the arts and sciences, public health and public advocacy, human rights and social activism, media makers, earth-shakers, and concerned individuals to harness the power and potential of communities to enable more health and well-being. We look forward to getting to know you.

Imagine what we accomplish do when we unite in solidarity for planetary and personal health


Personal health and planetary health are deeply connected, and interdependent. The Mobilized World Summit features pioneers from around the world focusing on soil health, regeneration, eradicating cardiovascular disease, empowering our collective human potential, and how communities around the world are taking control of their collective communities and making a difference. Details can be found here.

 

 

Sat/Sun July 24-25, 2021: Creating the Web of Life for All Life

“It is now highly feasible to take care of everybody on Earth at a ‘higher standard of living than any have ever known.’ It no longer has to be you or me. Selfishness is unnecessary and henceforth unrationalizable as mandated by survival.” ~ R. Buckminster Fuller

The World Wide Web was created by scientists to help them work better together while overcoming misunderstandings.

It has devolved into a toxic dumping ground full of emotional poisons which divide us while limiting our abilities and strengths, filled with propaganda, misinformation, disinformation, and constant lies.

We are here to build a platform that unites us towards overcoming our misunderstandings through evidence-based wisdom, imagination, and concerted action. Imagine what we could create when we put our minds to it?

Sat/Sun, August 21-22 : SOCIAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SERVICE

Details coming soon.

 

 

 

 

Sat/Sun, August 21-22: Social Justice, Public Service, Social Entrepreneurship and Conscious Creativity

There’s a conscious awakening happening around the world. People everywhere are realizing that no longer can we continue with the Industrial Age systems that have plundered the planet and caused so much misery.

While people are marching and protesting, occupying and rebelling, there is another movement taking place. A movement of conscious creation and social entrepreneurship. Learning from the past as to not repeat the mistakes of past generations, we are more connected and inter-connected than we have ever been before.

We are here to unite us all in solidarity to share our wisdom, create better together and bring forth a world that works for all—all the people, the planet, and all life.  Our future is truly in our hands once we realize how powerful we truly are.

 

Sat/Sun, September 25-26 : The Mobilized World Ecologic Forum 2021

 

Details forthcoming…..

 

 

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