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  • 1. Building a sustainable society: going from a to b
    Dr. Andrew Wallace PhD
  • 2. The starting position
    Money based society
    Lag factor – all societies act to preserve the status quo
    This society show signs of failing – over shoot etc.
  • 3. The goal position
    Moneyless society
    Sustainable society
    Hi-tech society
    Rational society
  • 4. Going from A to B
    Phoenix model
    Proto-technate model
  • 5. Phoenix model
    Society has to much lag in it
    The Powers that Been act to stop any changes to an alternative system – even if the current system is collapsing
    Therefore, no change to an alternative until after this one collapses
  • 6. Phoenix model
    Problems
    What state will a future collapsed society be in?
    Will it have the ability to build a better society
    Will people in such a society act rationally?
    Needs seeding?
  • 7. The proto-technate model
    Proto-technate
    • Communities
    • 8. Moneyless
    • 9. technocratic
    Not for profit
    organisations
    Price System
    (P$)
  • 10. The proto-technate model
  • 11. The proto-technate model
    Forms as a network
    Communities
    NPOs
    Embedded in the P$
    Grows
    Less dependent on the P$
  • 12. The proto-technate model
    Will the PTB try to stop it?
    Will it need a political dimension?
    The phoenix model
    Act as seeds