Monthly Archives: October 2009

The “Commons” and Economic Transformation

James Quilligan, distinguished economic consultant and policy advisor to leaders and agencies in 26 countries, joins ZOOM’D for a second round of conversation about the “commons”—a topic central to the new thinking needed to address fatal flaws of our current economic system. James helps to further clarify what is meant by the “commons,” a concept […]

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Enough to Go Around

Chip Duncan, filmmaker, photographer, author and President of Duncan Entertainment, joins ZOOM’D to explore his new book Enough To Go Around: Searching for Hope in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Darfur. Chip’s book and story is truly one of “hope”—about those who live under war, genocide, and natural disasters and continue with a deep valuing of life […]

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Plan B 4.0—Mobilizing to Save Civilization

Janet Larsen, Director of Research at Earth Policy Institute, joins ZOOM’D to explore the just-released book by Lester Brown entitled Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization. This important book continues and deepens the progression of thinking brought forth in earlier versions of Plan B, bringing to light an impressively researched manifesto for change. Janet […]

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Potentiality in the Emerging Wisdom Culture

Paul H. Ray, PhD, co-author of the ground-breaking book The Cultural Creatives and Director of the Institute for the Emerging Wisdom Culture at Wisdom University, joins ZOOM’D to explore the rich ground of potential emerging in our culture today along with possibilities for developing new, tangible images of the future. Paul shares research updates about […]

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