Episode 69

What Could Possibly Go Right?: Episode 69 Helena Norberg-Hodge

Helena Norberg-Hodge is a linguist, author, filmmaker, the founder of the international non-profit organization, Local Futures, and the convenor of World Localization Day. She addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?”

March 8, 2022

Little Free Library

Putting Technology in Its Place

For a better future, we ultimately need to put technology back into its place, and favor democratically determined, diverse forms of development that are shaped by human and ecological priorities—not by the gimmicky fetishes of a handful of billionaires.

March 1, 2022

Member of Indigenous Community, Honduras

What Indigenous Wisdom Can Teach Us About Economics

Just as Indigenous wisdom is rooted in a myriad of complex and reciprocal interactions with the community, the land and water, the animals and plants, localizing makes visible the threads of interdependence that hold the living world together.

September 9, 2020

The_9_Stupas of Ladakh

Helena Norberg-Hodge — Is Localization a Solution to the Crisis of Capitalism? (In Conversation)

It’s often said that the economic system is rigged. The truth, however, is that the system is working exactly as it was designed to. Those in power, whether they hold public office or whether they sit in the boardroom of a multi-billion dollar international corporation, have taken great lengths to set up a system of rules that benefit them and maintain the status quo.

December 18, 2019

Women tend trees in Guinea

Resist Locally, Renew Globally

As the fault lines in the global economy continue to grow, and the desire for genuine human connection becomes ever more keenly felt, these existing initiatives will provide direction as well as inspiration, and stand as a compelling alternative to the faux-localist path of violence, fear, and hate.

August 22, 2019

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Local is Our Future: Excerpt

Localization means getting out of the highly unstable and exploitative bubbles of speculation and debt, and back to the real economy – our interface with other people and the natural world.

July 19, 2019

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