Cosmolocalism: the key to our economic transformation.
Author and essayist Paddy Le Flufy will explain what cosmolocal networks are, use successful examples to show how they can foster collaborative development, and describe how this mode of organisation can be scaled and applied very widely to accelerate our transition to a better economic system.
After giving a talk, Paddy will welcome questions and a conversation about cosmolocalism.
Paddy is the author of Building Tomorrow: Averting Environmental Crisis With a New Economic System, which has been chosen by Martin Wolf at the Financial Times as one of the best books of the year so far, used by Prof Julia Steinberger in her university teaching of ecological economics, and described by the author Jeremy Lent as ‘a book that truly helps us identify and travel the pathways of deep transformation toward an ecological civilisation’.
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