MESSAGE: Open Lecture: Charles Eisenstein SACRED ECONOMICS

MESSAGE: Open Lecture: Charles Eisenstein SACRED ECONOMICS

Charles Eisenstein, in his book Sacred Economics, calls for a transfor-mation (rather than a revolution) of our economic system to one which is just, inclusive, personal, bond-creating, sustainable and non-accumulative. Central to this is the understanding that we are an inte-gral part of the web of life. Human well-being is dependent on the well-being of the planet.
A broadly integrated synthesis of theory, policy and practice, Sacred Economics explores ground-breaking concepts of the New Economics, including negative-interest currencies, local currencies, resource-based economies, gift economies, and the restoration of the com-mons.

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