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Images of the Future: Toward a Bioregional State and Ecological Revolution (1/3)

March 2011, Seoul, Korea - Futures Studies lecture of Mark D. Whitaker, Ph.D., environmental sociologist, describing his comparative historical analysis of environmental degradation and environmental amelioration social movements that led him to develop the ideas of a bioregional state as a key way to achieve sustainability. Two books are quickly summarized: Toward a Bioregional State (2005) and Ecological Revolution: The Political Origins of Environmental Degradation and the Environmental Origins of Axial Religions; China, Japan, Europe (2009). Ideas for short term institutional strategies toward a bioregional state are offered as well: the CDI (Civic Democratic Institution) and the Commodity Ecology, in all watersheds around the world. Additional website information: biostate.blogspot.com ; commodityecology.blogspot.com.
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