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From crisis to cooperation

From Crisis to Cooperation as mermeration of birds

November 7

Online event

All attendees will receive a meeting invite


Why do we create crises and then discourage the cooperation that could have prevented them? Why do we only cooperate and help each other after a catastrophe has happened? Cooperation and volunteering for group work isn’t a valued part of our society, especially when it comes to our common resources.


Now is the time to focus on activities that will benefit everyone. Carrying capacity has become more urgent as the Covid-19 pandemic has shown how fragile our economy is. We’ve already seen supply chain disruptions, shortages of natural resources and loss of biodiversity. Can your region support the needs of your community? This conference will give you a deeper understanding of carrying capacity as it relates to vital resources like food, water and energy. 


Our keynote speakers and our team chairs talk about how their work on carrying capacity can lead to greater group cooperation and sustainability. 



EDA President, Roar Bjonnes:  Systems change through local cooperation

EDA’s new website: a look at what’s to come

Clare Politano, Terran Collective

Update on Research:  Chair, Dave Cunningham

Update on Education: Co-Chairs, DeeDee and Chloe Brown

Update on Advocacy: Chair, Jacelyn Eckman

Jean Russell, Thrivable Futures

EDA Strategic Business Plan for 2021:  Managing Director, James Quilligan


Jean Russell
Jean Russell Founder of the Thrivability movement
Clare Politano
Clare Politano Technologist and regenerative strategist

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“From crisis to cooperation”





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“From crisis to cooperation”

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