The Industrial Aged- Economic systems which underpin all other systems has been based on the fantasy of constant growth on a planet that does not grow. In a few hundred years, humankind has destroyed what it has taken Mother Nature billions of year to create.
From a feature written by Audrey Choi and published by Fast Company Magazine
This past year has revealed with brutal clarity the intersection between a global health crisis, climate crisis, and systemic social injustice. It has also made clearer than ever the moral imperative not only to deploy all the tools in our arsenal, but also to seek out new solutions. We need discontinuous, ambitious, change and we need innovations that can help drive solutions at a systemic level. Dame Ellen MacArthur recently told us that her vision for a circular economy “is a much bigger idea than recycling,” she said. “This is about systemic change and restructuring the global economy, (Read the feature HERE.)
Sharing the wisdom to people everywhere on such an ambitious scale requires an enormous transformation on economic systems from multinational to local; local foods, community media, community farms and fisheries—even community economics–all of which keep the money in the communities themselves.
How can we the people come together and bring forth such a change?
We already possess the wisdom, the talent, the desire and dedication to bring forth ultimate health and well-being.
People, let’s get ready and join Mobilized in the conversations on the future of ecologic economics of real service.
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