Monthly Archives: May 2009

Economic Transformation: The Commons and Integral Capital

This show continues a big picture emphasis from the first two weeks, with further exploration of the strengths and limitations of our current economic/financial system—an understanding of which is central to realizing desirable and sustainable futures. The show explores the “market state” as we know it, and considers the chronic instability and inherent conflict at […]

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Compounding Effect: Economy, Energy and Environment

Chris Martenson joins ZOOM’D to discuss the three Es: Economy, Energy, and Environment—and their compounding effects. Chris has devoted the last six years to study of the patterns and drivers behind each of the three Es, as well as their interdependencies and combined impacts. The show will explore why the next 20 years will be […]

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The Turning: Macro Trends at Play

The show’s first guest is John Petersen, President and Founder of the Arlington Institute, one of the world’s leading futurists, and author of the 2008 book A Vision for 2012: Planning for Extraordinary Changes. This segment explores the large societal turning and macro-level trends in motion across the world and the current as well as […]

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