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Michael Wiedermann, Aaron Hilton and Andreas Huemer – Sustainability Entrepreneurs and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Scientists
The Zeitgeist Movement recognises that issues such as poverty, corruption, pollution, homelessness, war, starvation and the like appear to be “symptoms” born out of an outdated social structure. What if we were to construct a new up-to-date system that considers the needs of all? Aaron Hilton, the driving force behind this project, Mick Wiedermann, and Andreas an expert in artificial intelligence and systems management work have come together to create a system that can minimise harm and maximise abundance.
John Roles – Former SPP candidate for the seat of Brisbane
Sustainable Population Party is redefining growth to secure a prosperous economy, healthy environment and better quality of life for all Australians. To them, real growth means better, not bigger. Their independent, grassroots community movement covers a broad range of economic, environmental and social issues.
Simon Cole – TZM Australia
Many members of TZM dream of living an RBE life in a high-tech city or at least a sustainable community. One of our Brisbane coordinators, Simon Cole proposes an series of educational tours to build up our knowledge-base of what starting a community entails and what living options already exist out there from local intentional communities to international projects.
Caroline Rentel – Novel writer and Beyond Zero Emission advocate
A triple plug on the not-for-profit organisation BZE who are researching Australia’s Renewable Energy future, news from the EV conversion front in California and Brisbane as well as her upcoming Solarpunk novel set in a Resource Based Economy in 2050.
Roman Spur – Spurtopia
The majority of Australians live in cities where about 30 per cent of people live in rental properties. Does renting mean that you cannot live sustainably? Roman doesn’t think so. Even if you don’t have much room, you can still grow herbs or vegetables. He believes we are actually a most vulnerable species, as we lost the art of simple living and we take most things in our daily lives for granted. Roman will share his sustainable-living tips that any tenant can employ to get you inspired to take the first step along this path.
Tom Miller – Unlimited You Education
Entrepreneur and owner of the world’s first profit sharing open source community, Tom will share his story about how he overcame personal boundaries and created a successful platform to help other people transform their lives. His vision is to empower global citizens with practical education that teaches communities to live sustainably.
James Hill – National Coordinator of TZM Australia
The Zeitgeist Movement advocates a transition to a Resource-based economy, based on intelligent management of the planet’s resources rather than current outdated systems. So who is in charge in a Natural Law Resource-Based Economy? A collaborative design system is the governing model of a NLRBE. It is open sourced, meaning everyone in the world can participate.
Speaker: Natalie Lawler – Mars One Candidate
With soaring imagination and refusal to accept limitations, since the dawn of the humans species, we have developed the languages of mathematics and science, became skilled technologists and eventually flung ourselves and our machines off the planet and into outer space. And why? An innate desire to explore, to secure a future and to seek the answers to questions that have had countless generations before us vexed in wonder. – Carolyn Porco
Natalie Lawler, one of the last hundred remaining Mars One candidates from a pool of over 200 000, will share her brave mission to leave the pale blue dot forever – in the pursuit of knowledge and adventure… and to provide a shining example of how a Resource-Based Economy is not the best way, but the ONLY way to live sustainably on a planet with extremely finite resources.