As readers may well have understood, I have been using the techniques of Imagestreaming to envision a sustainable future. To make the inventions more accessible I am offering a series of newsletters that offer stories depicting the inventions. Some recent inventions, from after the book was published are also available in newsletter form.
As populations grow, and less and less oil is being found, the fossil fuel-dependent global supply chains and the banking system that supports them are becoming less functional. Relocalizing production and sales of daily needs reduces fuel dependence, waste, and increases local employment and community resilience. However, today’s financial system is more geared to large Read more about Real Asset-based finance: Units of Trust concept released[…]
Finally I understand what I need to do to help sustainable development. It’s is all about the stories we tell ourselves. We need to find, envision, invent our future and it starts inside us. What do we WANT, what IS our humanity, who we are…? We start by envisioning our ideal future, and we do Read more about Updated my website[…]
Water and Food are Human Rights that nearly 900 million of our fellow human beings are not receiving. The Award for the Humanitarian Water and Food project that shows effectiveness, innovativeness and potential will be presented in Copenhagen, Denmark in August 2009. If you know of any project that may qualify for the prize, please Read more about Applications wanted: the Award for sustainable solutions for Water and Food for all[…]
My last trip to England showed a country being hit by the effects of the peak of oil production. My visit over New Year shows a country nose-diving into a new kind of recession: one that has no end. Some examples: UK’s refinancing timebomb Sunday Times 4 Jan 2008 – Some £50 billion in loans Read more about Not your ordinary recession: a perspective from a visitor to the UK[…]