Table of Contents



All |
15 greenworld articles

1 / 15   Corporate

It’s shocking to see so many leftwingers lured to the far right by conspiracy theories (22-Sept-2021) by George Monbiot in The Guardian   vs  George Monbiot’s Far-Right Projection (7-Oct-2021) by Ian Jenkins on website

greenworld: #atomization

2 / 15   Crowdfunding and Blockchain

3 / 15   Crowdfunding Public Goods

4 / 15   Decentralized Activist Journalism

5 / 15   Decentralized Independent Activism Media

6 / 15   Effective Altruism: Social Enterprise

7 / 15   Fake News - Social Media - Trust

8 / 15   Intentional Communities: Articles

9 / 15   Intentional Communities: Earthhaven

10 / 15   Monetizing Content

11 / 15   Off-Grid: Lasqueti Island

12 / 15   Off-Grid: Self Sufficiency Playlists

13 / 15   Press Freedom

14 / 15   Trust in News - Hybrid Media - Political Communication

15 / 15   United Nations: UNESCO

UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO's programmes contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015.

  • World Heritage List interactive map
  • Browse the Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Register of good safeguarding practices. The Committee meets annually to evaluate nominations proposed by States Parties to the 2003 Convention and decide whether or not to inscribe those cultural practices and expressions of intangible heritage on the Convention’s Lists
  • Conceptual, visual and interactive navigation through Dive into Intangible Cultural Heritage to browse the thematic interconnectedness between all the elements inscribed and their relation to nature or to threats
  • UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists which most countries are signed onto, but none of the Anglosphere: USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand
  • greenworld


    “The corporate mantra is to avoid paying taxes, exploit consumers & workers at every opportunity; to squeeze the most profit from the least outlay possible. Corporate interests have pacified conservatives with money and liberals with meaningless woke jargon. Meanwhile, corporate capitalism does nothing to improve society in any form unless it profits, or costs nothing. By default this means a stratified society of winners and consumers and losers.”


    “It’s going to take something more than a profit motive to give the losers a humane future but we can’t look to business to show humanity when our politicians have been corrupted. The political class must be made accountable. The ruling elites must not be allowed to enrich themselves at the cost of a fair and just society; not if we want to build a world where ‘all men are created equal’ is more than an empty tagline for a neo-feudal lineage plutarchy.”


    “Hello. Is it me you’re looking for?”


    Planes cross-pollinate.
    Othering needs strangers and strangeness, foreign places to fill with shadows and fearsome characters. Travel is the antidote to this if anything is. Dehumanising the inscrutable Chinaman by working together and meeting together etc.
    Plane travel is a wonder of human ingenuity. Dreams made real in a flight through the aurora or watching lightning storms beat a brilliant tattoo across the Amazon: cost benefit analysis needs to include these ineffable things else if everything is mere dollars, cents and carbon credits we end up with a perfect world for species who don’t imagine. (Etc)

    Plane cargo is X percent of the total. What would this cost by equivalent road or rail-road? Because the goods will flow regardless. What about FedEx, DHL, UPS footprint? How much plane cargo transport is time critical it couldn’t go by boat?

    How much plane transport is over land + under 500 miles?