Декабрь 10, 2015
This episode of TZM global is hosted by UK chapter member and co-coordinator of the movements global educational activism project; TZM education, James Phillips.
Along with other movement related news this episode includes a conversation with fellow TZM education member and Hungarian chapter coordinator, Sztella Kantor regarding her experience of taking the materials of TZM education into schools in Hungary.
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*At the time of publication there was an issue with our podcast provider, blogtalk radio. Therefore the show could only be uploaded in it's edited format to you tube at this time. The full version will be released as soon as this issue is resolved.
Peter Joseph interview, BoomBust RT, April 4th 2017
Douglas Mallette, former NASA subcontractor and systems engineer joins ZM Global to discuss his efforts to found a company dealing in next-gen farming to tangibly solve the world food issue. The aim of Cybernated Farm Systems (CFS) is to provide locally vertically grown fresh food using aquaponics. Saving space, using fewer resources and "doing more with less" is the key to global sustainable decentralized food production. Doug has als created the "SusPlus" Initiative, a free standard designed not only to be sustainable, but to encourage a sort of "reverse pollution", to leave the environment better than prior to deployment of an industrial or production operation.
Thunderclap campaign for CFS runs until April 11th! Support this project for free here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/9645-cybernated-farm-systems
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This episode of TZM global is hosted by UK chapter member James Phillips and features an interview with fellow UK chapter member and guest speaker at ZDAY London 2016, Mel Marley.
James and Mel discuss the subject of Mel’s talk at ZDAY regarding the use and importance of psychology in the movements communication and activism techniques.
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This episode of TZM global radio is hosted by UK chapter member and co-coordinator of the movements educational activism project TZM Education: www.tzmeducation.org, James Phillips.
James will be reading the final article from the minds in the making section of of TZM education entitled 'To be employed or not to be employed' which discusses modern attitudes and values towards work and how we might go about making a shift in these and the overall structure of our socio-economic system to transform human/animal and environmental well-being for the better.
This show also includes the announcement that TZM global radio is now taking submissions. If you are interested in doing a radio show for TZM global radio please email us at: email@example.com and we will get back to you asap. Many thanks.
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This episode of TZM global is hosted by Jasiek Luszczki from the Polish chapter of TZM. Today's show features an interview with two activists of the Rotterdam TZM Chapter (Holland) — Anthony Jacobi and Robert Schram.
They talk about their way of utilising the NLRBE-like philosophy and code of conduct within the confines of today's monetary system. They present some ideas on how to move away from "business as usual" (working for profit) to "awareness as usual" (generating social capital) mindset.
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This episode of TZM global is hosted by UK chapter member and TZM education coordinator James Phillips and involves an interview with fellow TZM members Jasiek Thejester and Stefan Kengen from the Polish and Danish chapters of TZM respectively about the recent European meeting held in Rotterdam.
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This video describes the non-profit fundraising effort for upgrade of the official, global movement website: TheZeitgeistMovement.com
Your support is greatly appreciated and your donation is tax deductible in the USA.
"For almost 10 years, The Zeitgeist Movement has been working to help create relevant social change and the fruits of a post-scarcity society structured to bring out the best of the human condition. In this ongoing development, changing, updating and perfecting our methods and strategy is critical. As such, it is apparent that an update to the Movement’s web infrastructure is now critical. The newly formed Zeitgeist Movement 501c3 Non-profit is hard at work on how to best accomplish this in an efficient and affordable manner — but needs community support. The goal is not only comprehensive revision of our Global Websites, integrating them for better access and ease, but also to develop a powerful, new online chapter network that will relieve chapter coordinators of the financial burden of hosting and administrative tedium. As of now, TZM’s 100s of chapter websites are detached and run locally and independently. With this new approach, the easy-to-use front-end interface facilitated via this new npo-hosted platform, will make managing a chapter site far easier and integrated, and with no cost to the chapter. This will reduce the stress of coordination, thereby freeing up volunteer time that could be better spent on other efforts. As far as the Global Web revision, full dynamic and responsive integration of existing websites, improving community-based features, will allow us to grow and share ideas in a much more fluid, organic manner. This also includes dramatic improvement in SEO, security and data redundancy, improving overall integrity. If you would like to help fund this promising new web development for the Movement, bringing the TZM international community closer together to organize and work towards a better world, then please contribute today. Thank you for your help."