The New Economics

 A look at an alternative economy that gives
priority to supporting human well-being and Earth⌫s natural systems.

Date: Friday, April 13, 2012
Time: 7:30-9:30 PMAdmission by donation

Where: Woodstock Dutch Reformed Church 16 Tinker St, Woodstock, NY
For information: Call Vickie (845) 679-2135

What would an economy built on principles of fairness and sustainability look like? How do we model it;; where is it emerging? How do we collectively strategize to fully implement it?

David McCarthy: From the mid-1990s to the present he has conducted intensive personal studies on economic issues in particular, and has developed a considerable body of original thought on the subject. His writings on economics can be found at the blog Trickle-In Economics.

Nick Kacher: is on the staff of the New Economics Institute and helps coordinate the BerkShares local currency. His work focuses on developing and implementing practical local programs informed by a theoretical understanding of the need to reform some of our most basic economic institutions such as currency, finance, land, and ownership.

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