Articles

Economic Democracy conference in Maine, USA

70 people participated in the landmark conference at the University of Maine. Talks and workshops covered topics such as cooperatives, the biopsychology of cooperation, healthcare, decentralized energy, food sovereignty, financing economic democracy, indigenous rights, fair trade, cooperative housing and land care, ecology-based economy and timebanking.

Economic Democracy Seminar, New Delhi

A seminar on the theme of Economic Democracy was organized by the Proutist Forum on 7th October at the Nehru Yuva Kendra in New Delhi. As a result of the program requests came to arrange similar programs and presentations on Prout in various parts of the country.

Prout Norway Marches for the Promotion of Local Fodder in Agriculture

by Ole Morten Lyng and Edvard Mogstad PROUT Norge (Prout Norway) participated in the demonstration they had catalyzed, to raise consciousness about the use of imported soy from Brazil as feed for livestock and fisheries. Soy imported from huge farms in the Brazilian savanna of Mato Grosso, now comprise 50% of the ingredients in the power feed that has been developed to replace traditional local animal fodder.

The Lessons of Trumpism

Donald Trump is without question the most divisive US President in modern times. He is openly racist, and yet he attracts black voters. He pursues policies that hurt the working-class while protecting the super-rich, and yet the same blue-collar workers vote for him in the millions. His personal conduct and use of language are offensive to most people, let alone religious folks, and yet conservative, religious…

Millennial Burnout and Late-Stage Capitalism

Far from being lazy and entitled, Millennials are dealing with an increasingly extractive economic situation, in which longer hours, higher demand for efficiency, and increased productivity are expected while there are no long term guarantees of stability. Tyler Rankin examines the challenges facing his generation and how Prout can offer a way through the Age of Discontent.

The Lessons of Trumpism

Donald Trump is without question the most divisive US President in modern times. He is openly racist, and yet he attracts black voters. He pursues policies that hurt the working-class while protecting the super-rich, and yet the same blue-collar workers vote for him in the millions. His personal conduct and use of language are offensive to most people, let alone religious folks, and yet conservative, religious…

The Unity of Embodied Action

Democratic society is hastily slipping toward autocratic rule. The reboot to Democracy 2.0 calls for the ethical, cultural, social, political, economic and ecological engagement of our regional communities. James Quilligan explores the concept of Embodied Action.

The Benefits of a Vegan Diet

Dada Maheshvarananda, co-author of Tools to Change the World, shares his five top reasons to eat a plant-based diet: improve your health; save the planet; feed humanity; be kind to animals and improve your state of mind.

The Bank that Broke Britain by Ian Fraser

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.

Get the Latest News

Subscribe and get the latest news
from and about the Prout movement

By clicking the button you agree to receive the latest news, book reviews and perspectives on current issues from the Prout movement.