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What Does An Ecological Civilization Look Like?

Fighting for a new systemic vision Transitioning to ecological sustainability

We are rapidly approaching—if we haven’t already passed—climate tipping points with reinforcing feedback loops that would lead to an unrecognizable and terrifying world.

Even if the climate crisis were somehow brought under control, our current growth-oriented economic juggernaut will bring us face-to-face with a slew of further existential threats in future decades. As long as government policies emphasize growth in gross domestic product and transnational corporations relentlessly pursue shareholder returns, we will continue accelerating toward global catastrophe.

[…] Organizations such as the Next System Project and the Global Citizens Initiative are laying down parameters for the political, economic, and social organization of an ecological civilization.

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Publication date: 2021-02-16
Publisher: Yes! Magazine
Publication URL: What Does An Ecological Civilization Look Like?

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