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October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:53

both at the local and regional level. It does not mean an end to international trade, but it does mean taking control of giant multinational corporations and requiring them to be place-based and accountable to individual nation states.