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The Future Project: Who will pay for tomorrow?

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We’re so much better at looking back than we are at looking ahead. We can’t quite get hold of the seventh generation principle. We don’t know how to make decisions that take into account our children’s future, never mind seven generations ahead. Years of working within various versions of capitalist economies have tied our imaginations to the money that can be made from this season’s catch, during this quarter, or, as in this gig economy, this next contract we can win. That’s the point of the increasing income gap between the rich and the poor. When more people are struggling more and more to pay for housing and food, how can we organize to plan for a better future for generations we haven’t even thought of? And there’s this: The future is risky, isn’t it? The Sound of Post-Oil NL Listen to our conversation with Delia Warren about a future economy…

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Pillars of sustainability

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These days it seems there is little creativity in house construction, but with Nature and Culture as our pillars of sustainability it’s amazing what we can do with our hands

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Alternative energy means alternative living

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On the importance of being grounded in a ‘Place’

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Climate change your attitude

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Newfoundland and Labrador is learning the hard way: climate change can no longer be ignored.

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