Getting the facts
We’ve spent decades studying the global economy – its features, its consequences, and its flaws. Over that time, we’ve also developed a comprehensive vision for change, which we call ‘localization’. By replacing the dysfunctional global economy with new systems that support community wellbeing instead, we can solve multiple problems simultaneously – from climate change and food insecurity to ethnic conflicts and mental illness epidemics. Read the learning guides below to walk you through our vision in more detail.
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explores the many costs of the global economy – from climate change and job insecurity to the erosion of democracy and the rise of fundamentalism.