TZM Frequently Asked Questions (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. Overall, the Chapters are essentially what define the Movement and each Chapter works to not only spread awareness about the roots of our social problems today but also to express the logical, scientific solutions and methods we have at our disposal to update and correct the current social system and create a truly responsible, sustainable, peaceful, global society. Working through global and regional educational projects and community programs, the intermediate goal is to obtain a worldwide movement, essentially unifying the people, regardless of country, religion or political party, with a common value identification that we all invariably share, pertaining to our survival and sustainability. Infinite Growth
Out Of The Blue Until the current period or until the last 30 years, it was conventional wisdom, both in science and theology, we're alone in the universe; a single repository of life anywhere in the known universe. Well, no one believes that anymore. Out of the Blue presents unexplained cases from around the world, investigates 50 years of official contradictions and denials, and puts forth possible reasons for secrecy. The film also examines scientific theories regarding interstellar travel and discusses the current movement for official disclosure on the subject of UFOs - a subject that has been considered by most government officials to be unworthy of serious investigation. UFOs and the Military - In 1964, former U.S. RBE Collective « Zeitgeist SA As part of my previous post regarding the Constellation Model, I put out a call to find the various groups and organisations advocating a Resource Based Economy. Either directly or indirectly. Having done so I no longer classify myself as a Zeitgeist Movement member, but an advocate for the RBE. Here is the primary list which is still being actively updated (if you have a great description or know where to find a logo, do or don't think an org should be listed then please comment at the bottom or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Paris Climate Toolkit Organized events in public places may require permits (and in democratic countries, your local government or police should be helpful in giving you one). Research the requirements for your chosen location and decide whether you need a permit to gather and amplify sound. Generally events in public places require permits (and in democratic countries, your local government or police should be helpful in giving you one), but you could also opt for a ‘flashmob’ approach. While you must know and respect the law, the flashmob model does not usually involve getting permission. Participants gather at a pre-arranged time and place, but stay apart until a pre-arranged signal. Home - TZM Chapter Portugal Category: News Created on Tuesday, 10 January 2012 11:49 Dear Friends, In the wake of the old year turning into the new, we find ourselves with a world unchanged.
Dealing with the Overpopulation Myth 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  (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  predicts the global population rising to, at most, 10.6 billion by 2050 (a worst-case scenario, essentially). Education is easier.
Law Office of Tiffany Clark I am now focused on public writing, speaking, and interview engagements: My focus is currently on public writing, speaking, and interview engagements, rather than on accepting new clients. For information on why I’ve changed my focus, please visit my About page. Zeitgeist and Occupy Wall Street To All Those in the Zeitgeist Movement, I write to you as a fellow Zeitgeist member and a member of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. I am here to urge you to join the people who have slept in public parks, taken beatings from the police, provided for the hungry and 99%. There comes a time for us to step up. "Who Are You Protecting?" Freedom of Speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom of the press. These legal rights, guaranteed to United States citizens by the first amendment, are essential to our free democracy. It has allowed for several national revolutions, such as movements for black and female suffrage, to change public opinion and national tradition. Protests have been at the heart of American democracy since its creation, but recent action by the NYPD and other local police departments around the nation have been infringing upon the protestors’ constitutional rights, arresting and brutalizing them with disregard to their grievances.
TZM - Orientation Download Here The Zeitgeist Movement Defined (Full PDF Book) Who profits? Financial Data to see financial transparency info.