Welcome to The Zeitgeist Movement on Pearltrees! :) Here we've grouped a lot of content from the movement all over the internet into an easy to browse "information universe". Browse at your own pace and become comfortable with your knowledge so that you can spread the word to friends, family and the public.
If you are new to the movement please check out the 'New? Start Here' pearltree and check out 'Zeitgeist Moving Forward' for free online. To chat about anything check out our UK forums: www.tzmforums.co.uk or join The Zeitgeist Movement UK facebook group.
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** Please Note: Unfortunately I will no longer be accepting team up requests on the TZM pearltree. This is because I am tired of people moving things around and deleting information unnecessarily and without conferring with anyone. It is too time consuming to keep a watch over this and put things back when things go wrong. Using the 'everyone welcome' approach does us no favours against intentional saboteurs. This will not affect your ability to browse but you will no longer be able to edit the existing content. This pearltree is shown on our TZM UK website to the public so must be correct at all times. **
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Scott RBE Sep 10
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Common Criticisms Analysed
Culture in Decline Series
Associated & Further Links
To start off, as long as the market system is in place and profit is the main motivation to do anything, what I talk about won't happen (social entrepreneurs, fortunately, aren't profit-motivated, but that's a different discussion). However, assuming the infrastructure is in place to meet everyone's essential needs (food, water, shelter, healthcare) and essential luxuries (transportation, energy, education, communication), the population would cease to increase and may even begin to decrease [ 1 ] (nations with lower levels of poverty have fertility rates at or below replacement levels, while nations with greater levels of poverty have fertility rates well above replacement rates, strongly suggesting that guaranteeing everyone's basic needs would stop, or reverse, population growth). Furthermore, a report by the United Nations [ 2 ] predicts the global population rising to, at most, 10.6 billion by 2050 (a worst-case scenario, essentially).
Freedom of Speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom of the press.
Please note that this Guide is actively under development with only Essays 1-10 posted (plus Preface). The other 15 essays will be released as they are completed soon. If you find a Typo, please email email@example.com Download PDF Here TZM Orientation Essays 1-11
(1) What is The Zeitgeist Movement? The Zeitgeist Movement is an explicitly non-violent, global sustainability advocacy group currently working in over 1000 Regional Chapters across 70 countries. The basic structure of The Movement consists of Chapters, Teams, Projects & Events.