Ross Jackson on how to regenerate the economy and the world
Last week we had the privilege of hearing first-hand the ideas and concepts that Ross Jackson, one of the founders of Gaia Education, will bring in his new book “THE BAD NEWS & THE GOOD NEWS: The Economics of Collapse and The Birth of the Regenerative Society.”
During the conversation in our webinar, Ross explained why the model of our civilization is doomed to collapse (indications that we are already in the seventh decade of collapse) and how the economy is contributing to this. But it's not all bad news, the fall of this model allows us to see and experience the possibilities of a new world, respecting the limits of nature and the well-being of the grand majority.
You will find wisdom and inspiration in his ideas. Watch the conversation at the link below:
The Bad News and The Good News will be available on March 21st in the main bookstores worldwide.
You can also visit Ross’ website to find more information and learn about his work: www.jtrossjackson.com
Complement Ross' vision with these courses
If you also share Ross's view that we need new social and economic models, you will find these courses a fertile field of ideas and possibilities to transform your life, your community and the world around you.
Join the new classes and be part of this community in search of a truly sustainable and regenerative world!
Cultivating Regenerative Livelihoods
How can we find a livelihood that is aligned with our values and contributes positively to the political, ecological and social challenges of our time? This is the question that Silvia di Blasio and Della Duncan will help you answer throughout the course. If you are looking for a life and career transition, this is the place to find a like-minded community and tools that will make all the difference in your journey.
The course started on January 13th, but you can still join the class without compromising your learning. Registrations go until the 22nd.
GEDS’ Ecological Dimension | Starting today!
The transition to a regenerative culture involves changing our vision from exploration to cooperation with nature. In the Ecological Dimension you will learn to create elegant solutions carefully adapted to the biocultural uniqueness of place.
This course is part of the full Gaia Education Design for Sustainability online course. You can either take it as a stand alone or sign up for the full course. Registration closes on the 22nd.
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