The world around us is changing more rapidly than ever before in history. We humans have altered and transformed many processes  and cycles in a form that turns out to be fatal – for the environment, for other living organisms and, last but not least, for the human species. Whereas issues such as climate change have been subject to dispute for way too long, it can no longer be denied that we have to change our behavior and the way in which we interact with mother earth if we want to preserve the beauty of the world we live in.

But where should we start? How to stop climate change? How to improve our carbon footprint? How does globalization affect the world we live in? Is capitalism a threat for global equity and a fair society and, if so, are there alternative market models to capitalism? Is global equity utopia or a feasible scenario?

Global Vision remixed certainly doesn’t have the answers to all these questions but tries to stimulate some discourse. Together we can exchange ideas, learn, and change the world.


2 Responses to About

  1. Patrick S says:

    Hi there Urs – like the blog so far, would really welcome someone with your broad perspective at the Melbourne Emergence & Complex Systems Meetup, which as well as the interest implied in the name also is trying to look at these big challenges in a more holistic way. Next meetup coming up on Thursday 8 August :- http://www.meetup.com/emergence-24/events/120263392/

  2. Hi,

    I’m Maddie, editor of the environment section at the Urban Times (http://urbantimes.co/).
    We’re a growing community of 1200 writers that focus on insightful content which drives change – our site receives around 500,000 unique hits per month. I’ve noticed that you’re interested in writing about a sustainable future for the environment. Would you be interested in writing about this for our site? It’s a great outlet for your work as well as for building up an online portfolio. If you are, just drop me an email at maddie.barber@urbantimes.co

    Hope to hear from you!

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