Findhorn Fellow, Helena Norberg-Hodge, on the ‘New Economy’ Movement – an economics of happiness….
“Despite the countless grassroots projects already under way, the global economic juggernaut can seem too powerful to stop. But because more and more of us are becoming aware of how disastrous the global economy is for people and the planet, I believe that the chances for meaningful change are greater today than ever before.
“People are beginning to understand that something is fundamentally wrong, and that minor tinkering with the current system is not the answer. A critical mass is ready for fundamental change: what they need is a clear explanation of the root cause of the crises we face, and solutions that are meaningful.”
Helena Norberg-Hodge is an author, filmmaker, pioneer of the ‘New Economy’ Movement and founder-director of Local Futures/International Society for Ecology & Culture (ISEC).
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