"I find very interesting the shift from an institutional model of international and national institutions were on top to one where everything revolves around the individual and his relationship with the more immediate resources, services and…"
As I mentioned in your other post, I'd categorize the basic needs as wh*** food, clean water, fresh air, warmth, and light, along with outlets for using human byproducts. These elements cover all the basic needs for health, in a…"
"I like the circle of increasing scale. It goes nicely with the Prime Directive idea of larger government being a back-up system for when individuals and local groups aren't able to take care of their own needs. In my version, I'd have the…"
The Hexayurt Project exists here and now. We're building the tools that everyone needs to survive - open source, free for all without charge. The shelters are a little less sophisticated than the ones… Continue
Welcome to EVOKE! Curious about how you're involved with Hexayurt - I hadn't heard about it until Josh Judkins mentioned it in one of his missions + it sounds really resourceful/useful. Look forward to your contributions!
What creative solution do you think will make the biggest change in how we use money in the future? Pick your favorite experiment and tell the EVOKE network why you think it will change the world.Of the proposed experiments and financial solutions, the community focused trade organizations, such as World of Good, have the greatest potential for stewarding forward a more prosperous future for developing regions. The group taps into impoverished artisans to help foster community economies by…See More
My favorite, and perhaps most needed social innovation today, is "Don’t fight culture (If people cook by stirring their stews, they’re not going to use a solar oven, no matter what you do to market it. Make them a better stove instead.)"This simple idea has two meanings. First, it shows that the injustice of poverty and instability does not have a cookie cutter answer. Rather, it takes domestic and well educated responses that address the factors that drove a culture to suffer so, such as from…See More