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One crucial aspect of creating a positive future concerns intercultural reconciliation....
Pfn News
by David Korten, Duane Elgin
PFN News
Nuclear Ban
by G. Pascal Zachary
A former commander of the US nuclear forces is calling for a drastic reassessment of the moral, ethical, and practical implications of nuclear weapons.
Brewing a Future :: Zero Emissions in Namibia
by Keto Mshigeni, Gunter Pauli
A southern African brewery spawns a chicken farm, a fish farm, a mushroom plantation, a Spirulina plantation, an earthworm farm, jobs, and hope
Money Is a Human Artifact
by Edgar Cahn
Edgar Cahn developed Time Dollars as a way to rebuild community life.
Managing for Life
by Donella Meadows
Going green has challenged the ingenuity of CEO Ray Anderson of Interface - but he wouldn't have it any other way, says Donella Meadows
Making Money Making Money
by David Boyle
Ithaca Hours
Beyond Greed and Scarcity Beyond Greed and Scarcity
by Bernard Lietaer
Bernard Lietaer talks to Sarah van Gelder about the transformational effects of currency redesign.
Money Versus Wealth Money Versus Wealth
by David Korten
David Korten distinguishes between money and the real wealth of people, nature, and community
Trends, news bites, and other indicators of a challenging, spinning, changing world.
The Trouble With Money The Trouble With Money
by Thomas Greco
The dysfunctions of money creation
Nuclear Initiation?
by General Lee Butler
What is nuclear deterrence? And what is the U.S. responsibility for disarmament?
Betting On the Green Betting On the Green
by Carl Frankel
From the White House to Chicago and New York City, Carl Frankel seeks out green design.
Art Sparks
by Frances Moore Lappe, Paul DuBois
the importance of the arts in growing healthy people and community
37 Ways to Join the Gift Economy
by Beverly Feldman, Charles Gray
You don't have to participate in a local currency or service exchange to be part of the cooperative gift economy. Any time you do a favor for a family member, neighbor, colleague, or stranger you're part of it. Here are some ways you can spend time in the gift economy, where you'll find fun, freedom, and connection.
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