By Shriraksha Mohan India is a pluralistic society with a long history of coexistence among people of various languages, customs, traditions and religions. “Unity in
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By Roar Bjonnes At 66, I am old enough to remember when the local economy was still thriving. I grew up in an extended family
By Tim Shanks The use of economic sanctions as a weapon is an ancient practice. The first recorded instance was in 423 BC, when Athens
Just before Covid restrictions locked down Portugal, the Portuguese Prout Research Institute partnered in organising a systems change conference focused on the future of the EU. Speakers included economist Erik Reinert and Helena Norberg-Hodge from Local Futures.
A discussion on PR Sarkar’s Economic Theory in reference to present economic systems was held on the 3rd May, 2019 at the Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR), Mumbai.
Speaking on the subject were Dr. Dolly Sunny, Ac. Divyachetananda Avt. and Rajesh Singh.
How do you move from the kernel of an idea to a self-reliant, sustainable energy cooperative? Gerry Niessen speaks to Peter Gloudi, chairman of Weert Energie in the Netherlands about their journey.
George Catlin’s interview with Roar Bjonnes, co-author of ‘Growing a New Economy‘ looks at the current economic status quo and where Prout stands within it.
Unlike many books that have been written about the 2007 financial crisis from an American perspective, this one takes the British angle through its story of the rise, collapse and bailout of the Royal Bank of Scotland. In his review, Tyler Shanks reveals why there is much more to the book than simply this narrative.
In this compelling book, the authors explore how the environmental crisis facing humanity cannot be fixed until we reconstruct our economic system. T Shanks writes a detailed review of the latest text on Prout for 21st century social thinkers.