David Rose begins by leading us in visualizing the direness of the situation humanity faces, not to push us into a fearful mire of disempowerment but rather to encourage us to allow ourselves to “ease into hope.” Despite the greatness of the task at hand, David inspires the kind of hope necessary to take on any [...]
Emily Kawano explains capitalism and solidarity economy.
Emily Kawano opened the Financial Permaculture & Local Business Summit in Homestead, Florida, with her keynote on the Solidarity Economy – Building an Economy for People and Planet. As she guided us through a collective visioning of a just and sustainable world, it became clear that the [...]
Blog Author, Marisha Auerback works as a permaculture teacher for Bastyr University, Oregon State University, Pacific University, and The Evergreen State College. She also collaborates with a number of non-profits including The City Repair Project, Aprovecho Education Center, Lost Valley Education Center, and Fertile Ground Community Center. Marisha sits on the Board of Directors of [...]
Blog Author, Shiloh Boss is dedicated to bringing holistic awareness and positive momentum into the world of media-presentation, events, curriculum design, community building and organizational development. Shiloh is also a Team Facilitator for the 2013 Financial Permaculture & Local Business Summit in Miami, Florida.
The concept of Financial Permaculture is a recent innovation in thought and [...]
Blog Author, Jonathan Cloud is founder of the Sustainable Business Accelerator and serves on the boards of several nonprofits. He is a member of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Jonathan is also a Keynote speaker and Finance/Business experts for the 2013 Financial Permaculture & Local Business Summit in Miami, Florida.
As one of [...]
Blog Author, Jono Neiger is principal at Regenerative Design Group, faculty at the Conway School of Landscape Design, board president of the Permaculture Institute of the Northeast (PINE), and stewards his homestead, Hickory Garden, as well as Brook’s Bend Farm in Massachusetts. He is also one of the Permaculture Design Experts for the 2013 Financial Permaculture & Local [...]
Blog Author, Emily Kawano is the Director of the Center for Popular Economics and the U.S. Solidarity Economy Network. She is also a Keynote Speaker and one of the Finance Experts for the 2013 Financial Permaculture & Local Business Summit in Miami, Florida.
Springfield is a mid-sized city in western Massachusetts that has been hard hit [...]