[ Episode #88 // Resilience Imperative ]

Our governments, businesses and economic institutions were built on a society that was supercharged with fossil fuels to get as big as possible as fast as possible. Now, with the challenges of the 21st century, resilience is a more appropriate principle for reinventing and reorganizing our economic life. Is it possible to develop economic and financial arrangements that can emphasize aspects of humanity...

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[ XE Mixtape Volume 2 ]

At this time of cultural transformation, fundamental questions of human connectivity and education  are gaining importance in everyday life. In this mixtape, we overlay some music on the words of Jiddu Krishnamurti as he discusses the psychological changes needed to solve our global problems. Can we truly learn in a transformative manner? What has convinced us that we aren't part of a global system? Then,...

The view further down the oil supply pyramid:...

The view from further down the oil supply pyramid - de-growth probable A transcript of our interview with Gail Tverberg on Extraenvironmentalist #55 by Nathan Surendran Editor's note: Our thanks goes out to Nathan for providing the transcription work of this video with Gail. If you’d prefer to view the video interview that this excerpt is based on, you can watch it here: http://bit.ly/ZekRDz....

Slow Money 2014: The Highlight Video

If you didn't have a chance to view our broadcast from the 2014 Slow Money gathering, you can catch a short recap in this mini-doc from the three day event.

[ Episode #86 // Slow Money // Part C ]

The soil of our food system provides the roots of our culture. Without soil, our modern lifestyle would cease to exist. As climate change accelerates rates of soil erosion, will the global population be left as a stranded asset? As we fail to describe the real cost of cheap food through our vocabulary and economics, and true value of land is lost in the equation. Can we change our language and culture...


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