Brent Blackwelder sees three possibilities (granted they’re long-shots) for overcoming the obstacles to an economic paradigm shift.
The short answer: an economy that allows corporations to externalize costs and trump the rights of indigenous people.
The typical prescriptions for fixing the economy won’t cut it — it’s time to consider some better options.
No corner of American culture, including the corners of football fields, is immune to the untenable philosophy of perpetual growth.
If we don’t like the expense of government regulation and bureaucracies, then we’ve basically got three choices. And only two of them have a future.
A small change in SEC rules is just the thing to start a movement toward the establishment of a sustainable economy.
Michael Lewis, lead author of “The Resilience Imperative,” advises civil disobedience as a strategy for steady staters.
Where’s the leadership we need on the economy? Without it, we’ll pay a heavy environmental price.
Thrift hasn’t disappeared; it just mutated into the endless search for cheaper stuff.
When the G-8 convened at Camp David, Brent Blackwelder was on hand to address the Occupy Movement.