GTI FORUM


The global “polycrisis” is spreading a zeitgeist of fear, despair, and reaction. But it also is sparking social energy for building a civilization centered around people, peace, and planet—a harbinger of a global citizens movement. The urgent task is to bring this critical social actor, now waiting in the wings, to the center of the global stage. But how? Our panel of strategists propose next steps toward crystallizing a movement for systemic change.
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Experiments in Movement Unity

Directions for shared strategy and vision

What's Next for the
Global Movement?

Brecher

How to De-Silo
Movements

Jeremy Brecher

Bunzl

Beyond Us vs Them

John Bunzl

Camakaris

On Confederations
and Councils

Helen Camakaris

Dauncey

Envisioning the
Movement

Guy Dauncey

Eisler

A Unifying Framework

Riane Eisler

Evans

Calling Out Capitalism

Peter Evans

Guerrero

Beyond Campaigns

Dorothy Guerrero

Hall

Creating Practical
Alternatives

Don Hall

Fiksel

Building a Bigger Boat

Joseph Fiksel

Halper

Academics of the
World Unite

Jeffrey Halper

Hollo

The Power of Possibility

Tim Hollo

Karlberg

How Movements Learn

Michael Karlberg

Klees

Collaborating on
Shared Goals

Steven Klees

Lent

The Eco-Civilization
Framework

Jeremy Lent

Mestrum

Obstacles to Unity

Francine Mestrum

Munck

Centering Labor

Ronaldo Munck

Heikki Patomäki

Constructing World
Political Agency

Heikki Patomäki

Ramos

The Laboratory of
the Commons

Jose Ramos

Satgar

Earth-Centric Activism

Vishwas Satgar

Speth

Navigating the Deep
Currents

Gus Speth

Standing

Dethroning Big Finance

Guy Standing

Waddock

Becoming
Transformation
Catalysts

Sandra Waddock

Wallis

Allying for
System Change

Stewart Wallis

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The emergence of an organic planetary civilization has become both possible and necessary. What would it look like? How do we get there?

The classic essay on our planetary moment, global scenarios, and pathways to a just, fulfilling, and sustainable future.