Planet News Issue 1

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Planet News is the first in a series of giveaway publications produced in collaboration with Jessie Brinton of the Sunday Times in London. The newspaper offers a positive spin on our most pressing issues, highlighting cutting-edge solutions and projects related to regenerative culture that are explored in our...

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TOWARD REGENERATIVE SOCIETY: A RAPID TRANSITION PLAN

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TOWARD REGENERATIVE SOCIETY: STRATEGY FOR RAPID TRANSITION Today, humanity faces our greatest challenge, and our most precious opportunity. Our activity as a species has put the Earth in jeopardy. We can directly observe that our use of resources must change. We are threatening the ability of...

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A letter from Daniel Pinchbeck

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Dear Friends and Collaborators, Center for Planetary Culture is a new organization that uses the familiar structure of a think tank to explore cutting-edge ideas and practices. As part of our work, we consult, experiment, innovate, propose, propound and pontificate. We also incubate new media and technology projects....

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Communications Strategy for Transition to a Regenerative Society

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Communicating a Shared Vision A Strategy for Bringing about Rapid Transformation to a Post-Carbon Civilization: Initial Notes   These are some initial notes for our first research paper. The subject is Communication Strategy: How can a movement of civil society recognize its shared interests? How can it...

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Post-Carbon Civilization: Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck on Coast 2 Coast AM

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This weekend on Coast 2 Coast AM Daniel discusses our new think tank and upcoming position paper: Transition to a Post-Carbon Society. Researcher Mitch Battros also talked about underground volcanoes that are melting the Antarctic ice caps (see related article), and how natural cyclical events are behind weather changes. Listen to the episode here. Photo credit:...

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