Beyond Supply and Demand: The Dynamic Equilibrium Between Global Thresholds and Allocations

James Quilligan has been speaking about resource equality to global audiences. In February, he gave a keynote talk to the Global Thresholds and Allocations Council in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Here is his presentation for that event. Read More

Stop the Leakage: How Food-centered Urban Design Solves Economic Challenges

We’ve included articles about the importance of growing food locally, and the various reasons why this is important.  The article below focuses on what the author calls “leakage”, the reality in the majority of communities in North America where money spent in the community for basic requirements for existence like food, shelter, and water actually… Read More

U.S. Mayors Back 100% Renewable Energy, Vow to Fill Climate Leadership Void

The U.S. Conference of Mayors also voted to support quick electrification of vehicles and urged Congress to back the Clean Power Plan and Paris climate agreement. Scenes like the image above are likely to become more prevalent in urban cities across the US as the US Conference of Mayors has made a commitment to move… Read More

Evolutionary Voices with Lisa VanderBoom 1 January 2017

Wayne Wilson, co-founder, Economic Democracy Advocates Wayne Wilson, President and one of the founders of Economic Democracy Advocates (EDA), is in dialogue with Lisa Vanderboom of Evolutionary Voices, discussing the mission and vision of EDA– “economic empowerment and justice by, for and of the people.” Wayne explores how basic human needs–water, food, and energy, in particular– are in… Read More