This page will contain both: 1) Links to sites related to economic systems, their operational effects, and reform/replacement concepts; and: 2) Documents for download that you may find helpful, challenging and/or informative.
Here is a copy of our current resource list that you can download:
Here is a copy of an environmental study on the Alberta Tar Sands Project that you can download: Tar Sands – TheReport
Here are four excellent websites pertaining to the urgent need for system reform, with viable proposals for alternative economic systems:
http://www.neweconomyworkinggroup.org/ (Looking at models for implementing a healthier economic system)
http://www.ied.info/ (Institute for Economic Democracy)
http://www.moraleconomy.org/ (Quaker Institute for the Future)
http://livingeconomiesforum.org/new-economy-resources (Resources listed on David Korten’s blog)
Here is an EXCELLENT website on the increasing income/wealth maldistribution in the U.S.A. developed in the summer of 2011 by two very active members of our Economic Reform Advocacy Group , Jake and Scott: http://wealthfacts.org/
Here is another website identified by Jake of our team – it features weekly updates regarding the inequality fostered by our economic system as currently practiced. Its name is Too Much: An online weekly on excess and inequality.
We’ll be adding more resources over time, so please “stay tuned.”