Monthly Archives: June 2010

From Spill to Resilience

Asher Miller, Executive Director of Post Carbon Institute and board member of Transition United States and Listening for a Change, joins ZOOM’D to explore the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and what it teaches us about resilience—as individuals, communities, businesses, and governments. Beginning with spill scenarios and worst-case possibilities, Asher examines implications for clean-energy policy with […]

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Stone Soup

Bill Liao, social networking pioneer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, co-founder of the social network XING, and CEO of Finaxis AG, joins ZOOM’D to explore the Stone Soup way—a new philosophy of business, development, and living that combines age-old wisdom with contemporary insights and skills. Deriving inspiration from the important message embodied in the traditional folktale about stone […]

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The Post-Catastrophe Economy

Eric Janszen, founder and president of iTulip, Inc. and distinguished author, speaker, commentator, and forecaster of major economic and market trends, joins ZOOM’D for a rich and stimulating examination of what’s wrong with the economy—and how we need to fix it. Eric introduces the subject of his upcoming book The Post-Catastrophe Economy and points out […]

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A Community in Transition

Don Hall, Executive Director of Transition Sarasota, joins ZOOM’D to explore the practical steps involved in preparing a community for the coming era of extraordinary change and transition to post-carbon living. Drawing on direct experience with the successful Colorado transition process and current efforts in Sarasota, FL, Don provides a tantalizing and practical look into […]

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