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Transformation: Energy and Transportation

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Rethink

An Action Plan For Humanity

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From the forward-thinking think tank, Rethink X

“To enter the Age of Freedom we must do three things right:

 

Rethink, Enable and Bridge.” Episode 8 of the Rethinking Humanity series by @RethinkX offers a powerful guide to make a different choice to what has gone before: to embrace the unknown and set out on humanity’s greatest and most perilous journey. Knowing that our old system will not survive the next decade, we must create a new one, fast. To step up into the Age of Freedom there are three things we must do: 1) Rethink: break free of our rigid beliefs and explore. 2) Enable: accelerate new production and organizing systems, decentralizing, prototyping and iterating as we go. 3) Bridge: build a walkway to our future by putting humanity first. This is the eight and final installment of an eight-part series. The Rethinking Humanity video series is based on the book, Rethinking Humanity: Five Foundational Sector Disruptions, the Lifecycle of Civilizations, and the Coming Age of Freedom by James Arbib and Tony Seba, published by RethinkX. Visit https://www.rethinkx.com/humanity to read the book.

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The Big Transformation

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From the forward-thinking think tank, RethinkX,  this is an amazing time for the social entrepreneur.

Humanity is on the brink of existential transformation, but we’re blind to the deeper processes of change. To recognize the mind-blowing possibility space of the next decade, as well as its catastrophic risks, we must grasp the patterns of history to understand how they can illuminate today.

Rethinking Humanity takes viewers on a whirlwind tour of the rise and fall of civilizations through a powerful lens that makes sense of the past, so that we can step into the present and create our future. During the 2020s, key technologies will converge to completely disrupt the five foundational sectors that underpin civilization, and with them every major industry in the world today. In information, energy, food, transportation, and materials, costs will fall by 10x or more, while production processes an order of magnitude more efficient will use 90% fewer natural resources with 10x-100x less waste.

The knock-on effects for society will be as profound as the extraordinary possibilities that emerge. For the first time in history, we could overcome poverty easily. Access to all our basic needs could become a fundamental human right. But this is just one future outcome. The alternative could see our civilization collapse into a new dark age. Which path we take depends on the choices we make, starting today. The stakes could not be higher. Rethinking Humanity is based on the book authored by James Arbib and Tony Seba (co-founders of RethinkX), available for free download from http://www.rethinkx.com

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EXPO 2022

Transforming Food and Agriculture

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Communities take action: Thomas A. Linzey, Esq. CEDR: Center for Environmental Democratic Rights:  There are many stories of communities coming together for the rights of nature.  Thomas Linzey is an environmental lawyer at the forefront of rights of nature laws.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

People everywhere taking action: Dr. Robert Moir, Ocean River Institute: While people everywhere are waiting on national leadership to make policies that don’t harm our planet, real change also happens at the local level. We feature Dr. Rob Moir of the Ocean River Institute on actions that people everywhere can take and the understanding of the the biology of our planetary systems and how we can make better use of our lawns without pesticides; how can photosynthesis draw down CO2 from the Atmosphere.

 

Sustainable Development, Climate Justice and the Health of Mother Earth

Nnimmo Bassey is an architect, environmental activist, author and poet, who chaired the Friends of the Earth International and was executive director of Environmental Rights Action for Two Decades. Nnimmo was also one of Time Magazine’s Heroes of the Environment in 2009. Nnimmo became a Right Livelihood Laureate for his work in promoting sustainability. On today’s show, Nnimmo discusses sustainable development and climate justice and the role of grassroots organizations in the developing world.

 

 

 

 

 

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Transformation: Towards Ecologic Economics and Health, as if People and Planet Mattered

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