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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Friday, April 3 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Change the Story, Change the Future: A Living Economy for a Living Future

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We humans live by cultural stories that define our common values, sources of meaning, and relationships with one another and the rest of life. A society’s shared story is the lens through which its members view reality, generally unmindful that it is a human creation subject to choice, and has powerful implications for society’s common future. When we get our story wrong, we get our future wrong. This session will examine the story by which we currently organize as a global society, why it leads us to work against rather than with the rest of nature, and how we can change it.

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David Korten

YES! Magazine, Co-Founder / Board Chair
David Korten is known for his contributions to framing solutions to the deep cultural and institutional forces driving the human species toward economic, social, political, and environmental collapse. His books include the international best sellers When Corporations Rule the World andThe Great Turning. His 2015 book Change the Story, Change the Future examines an emerging Sacred Life and Living Earth story and its... Read More →


Friday April 3, 2015 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Grand Ballroom D Sheraton Hotel

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