Holotopia Summary

Now that so many international summits, expert teams, academic communities and grassroots initiatives are seeking ways to resolve “the climate crisis”, make our economy “green”, our civilization “sustainable” and the world “work for all”, we must ask: 

Is this enough?

Or is ‘a piece in the puzzle’ still missing, without which there are no solutions?

Holoscope for the Buckminster Fuller Challenge

When he foresaw the end of scarcity, Buckminster Fuller had in mind not only the elimination of poverty, but also of scarcity-based competition, which continues to mark the political and social climate we live in. In March 1969 Fuller spoke to the US Senate Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations about his “World Game” proposal, which he …

How to marry optimism with ecology

While most of us are now becoming aware that some rather profound changes may need to happen if our grandchildren should have a world to live in, Paul Ehrlich has been giving us this message for over forty years, from the authoritative post of a Stanford University Biology Professor.  A few days ago I heard …