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  • Insider

    A Vision For Living Regeneratively

    You can't improve upon today without a better plan for tomorrow
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, December 2, 2019, 5:26 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • Requirements for
      • Regenerative Natural Systems
      • Regenerative Relationships
      • Regenerative Community
      • Regenerative Culture
    • Putting it all into action

    If you have not yet read Part 1: What’s Possible? , available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Vision Elements

    As many Peak Prosperity readers are aware, I’m working closely with a few of you behind the scenes on wrestling a lot of ideas expressed on this site into a grand vision of a model for a new and better way of living — one that improves upon the many unsustainable and failing elements of the current status quo.

    The idea to which I am now most keenly attracted, and which is drawing so much of my attention, concerns being in a community dedicated to regeneration.   For the land, for each of us as individuals, for each other, and especially for the all the generations to come.

    There’s a bottomless amount of work to be done.  The task is relentless.  And it’s rewarding and meaningful.

    I’m reading many excellent books and articles and doing what I do best, which is to sift through a lot of information, enough so that a coherent distillation can be created and then shared.

    Here are the gleanings so far… (Enroll now to continue reading)

     

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  • Blog

    What’s Possible?

    The key question to ask when looking to replace the status quo
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, December 2, 2019, 5:26 PM

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    As we look at the multiplying signs of failure across our economy and the environment, society is slowing realizing that we need to start doing things differently if we want a future to be proud of. Those awakening to this are asking: What should we do?

    I think a better question to ask is: What’s possible?

    That’s the question that has been waking me up early in the morning for the past few weeks.

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