Conversation Earth:#118 Reinvent the Economy 
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Conversation Earth  #118 Reinvent the Economy  Gus Speth 
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Citizen-Powered Media  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
While world leaders wring their hands over forecasts of timid GDP growth, a growing list of visionaries around the world are collaborating to redefine economic objectives in a more meaningful and sustainable way. Former White House advisor Gus Speth has been at the forefront of new economic thought for decades. His prescription for change is not a bunch of economic mumbo-jumbo for boards and bankers. His ideas reach deep into the way we conduct our personal lives.

We need to get beyond this consumerism, to get beyond our hyperventilating lifestyles...and start focusing on the things that really matter to us, to our future, to our children.

In this never-before shared 2010 interview, Gus Speth shares new thinking about the purpose of an economy, how climate change was discussed in the Jimmy Carter White House, the successes of environmentalism, and where and how the environmental movement has failed us. 
Gus Speth 
Notes: Credits:
This is the last episode of season 1. We'd love to hear from you as we prepare for season 2. New episodes won't be posted right away. Perhaps Oct. or Nov.

Please let us know you're carrying this or would be interested in season 2. Thanks! 
Host/Co-Producer: Dave Gardner
Co-Producer: Lynsey Jones 
Economics | Environment | Politics and Activism | Society and Culture | Political / Economic "-isms"  
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View Script    09-13-2016  English 
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conversationearth  320Kbps mp3 (65.18MB) Stereo 
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