Announcing: Sustainable Economics for the 21st Century Free Teleseminar Series starts Aug. 5th! Register here

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Sustainable Economics for the 21st Century

A FREE Five Part Teleseminar
Co-Hosts: Alanna Hartzok and Wendell Fitzgerald

Consciousness in its fulfilled, developed state will bring the ‘dismal science’ of economics to an evolved and higher level – to the status of Enlightened Economics. – Ron Robins

The five 90-minute teleseminars will be held the first Sunday of every month beginning August 5.

There will be two or three Guest Speakers per teleseminar; sessions recorded; all participants invited and empowered to respond to Calls to Action emerging from the teleseminar.

Teleseminar keywords: commons trusts, the wealth divide, earth rights, jubilee laws, the end of poverty, earned versus unearned incomes, cooperatives, sharing the world?s resources, new land ethic, person/planet finance,  ethical markets, new economics, PROUT, resource rent and land value taxation, environmental justice, from war to peace,  from crisis to transformation.

Sustainable Economics for the 21st Century

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August 5

I. Economics and Conscious Evolution – series overview; exploring the relationship of economics to   physical, mental and spiritual health; three scenarios; what is “political economics?”;  land rights and the person/planet relationship;  PROUT’s social psychology and evolution of the social cycle; individual and common rights and responsibilities; “barefoot ­­economics”; Call to Action.

Guest Speakers: Michael Towsey (Australia), Acharya Santoshananda (India)

September 2

II. The Wealth Divide – deep consideration of current realities of poverty and economic inequality, both within the US and worldwide;  focus on Africa; Enclosures; the “resource curse” and the corruption of economics; the “law of rent”;  jubilee justice laws of Abrahamic faith traditions; addressing the land problem; cooperatives.

Guest Speakers: Gordon Abiama (Nigeria), John Kelly, Prakash Laufer

October 7

III. Sharing the Commons – separative consciousness and genocide; unity consciousness and commoning; property rights paradigm shift; land value capture and commons trusts; jubilee justice public finance policies; restoring ecosystems; from ecocide to sharing and caring for the world’s resources.

Guest Speakers: Kevin Annett, Lisinka Ulatowaki,

November 4

IV. Economics of War and Peace –  Land and resource wars; financial domination; US foreign policy; ecocide; shifting from “full spectrum dominance” to full spectrum sharing; the money question; religious conflicts; resource rent for public revenue; geo-confederation for conflict zones; earth rights democracy.

Guest Speakers: Frank Dorrel, Fred Foldvary

December 2

V. Commons Based Economics Local to Global – creating the new peace and justice economics grid; financing the green economy; holistic integrated green tax shift; building local based economies; land value taxation and affordable housing for all; practical actions, realistic and achievable goals; from the grand chessboard to the greatest game on earth.

Guest speakers: Hazel Henderson (Invited), Gary Flo, Karl Fitzgerald (Australia)