On first assumptions
The problems facing humanity are many and significant in size, complexity, and scope. Below are the first operating assumptions for delivering new models.
- Our shared global climate crisis is the most significant threat to the future of humanity.
- All of the resources and technology required to eliminate human social, economic, and environmental ills already exist today.
- Our current worldview is obsolete, incapable of keeping pace with the exponential advancement of technology, and limits human potential.
- Solutions derived from within our current worldview, only serve to prolong and reinforce it. Without some disruption of the status quo, no meaningful progress is possible.
- A new worldview is required to overcome the limitations of current conscious and subconscious biases, beliefs, and systems.
- Earth is our only home. There is no “planet B.” Because we all share this planet, we are all connected to it, and we are all connected to each other.
- A brighter future is possible for people and the planet if we are able to evolve our worldview.
How might we evolve our worldview to ensure a sustainable coexistence with our home?