Amid the rolling hills and woodland pastures of south-east Scotland, a wind of change is blowing through communities where low wages and casual work sit uneasily alongside the popular image of timeless market towns and pretty coastal villages.… Keep reading
In recent times, several instances have emerged leaning essentially towards secession from our current U.S. system. Some describe seceding regions, such as New England or the Pacific Northwest or much of the South. Here’s one effort that’s become formalized.
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Colorado Community Rights Network
Files Constitutional Amendment
To Secure the Right to
Free from State Preemption
Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Contact: Ben Price, Projects Director
Looking again at the transition that’s happening and that underlies what “Sustainable Living” is all about, our (roughly) 12,500 year cycle is now ending … and a new cycle is beginning.
Looking way back, civilization was led by women … as in “The Queen of Sheba.” Collaboration between human groups was high; war was almost non-existent.
Then – about 12,500 years ago (though long-term transitions don’t occur in an instant – such as at 2:47 p.m., Wednesday, September 15th … or December 21st, 2012 – civilization shifted to male-dominated leadership. … Keep reading
The ultimate goal of “Sustainability” is far more than saving money on utility bills. We’re at the beginning of an enormous transformation that’s aimed at providing us all with a higher “quality of life” experience. At a time when global economies are wavering and uncertain, and when many governments are teetering, and when the media are filled with fear-based headlines, it’s time to go the other way.
Finland has ranked at or near the top of many global surveys in recent years, including literacy, sustainability, health care, education, and “quality of life” feelings of its citizenry.… Keep reading
The title seems like a strange and contradictory concept. Ever since 9/11, I’ve seen “conspiracy theory” articles about that event. Some come from anger and fear. Others, such as a recent article, “The 11th Anniversary of 9/11” by Paul Craig Roberts, seem more like data studies.
How does 9/11 relate to sustainability?
In fact, an entire governance transformation is happening …
Looking globally, you’ll see more nation-state governments having more difficulty than at any time we can remember. Global economy is weak, because when a few countries have major downturns, our economies are so inter-connected that all countries suffer. … Keep reading