Sad but true :(
1h 44min | Documentary
Director: Eddy Moretti
Star: Jeremy Rifkin
The global economy is in crisis. Our biosphere's inability to absorb human activity, combined with the exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here? In this compelling feature-length documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new era of sustainable development. A Third Industrial Revolution will unfold when three technologies emerge and converge: new communication, new sources of energy, and new modes of mobility. But, in the context of climate change, it needs to happen fast. Change of this magnitude requires political will and a profound ideological shift.
A very interesting lecture by Jeremy Rifkin. I watched it some time ago on Vimeo and it has now also been published on Youtube.
Rifkin also mentions the Blockchain technology and how it will be a part of the future sharing economy.
I dont see any history view for Messages or Alerts so what is the difference between the two options?
Just wated to share a funny video that is 10 years old, but makes me laugh every time i watch it.
If you have not watched it, its a must.
Also wanted to check if Dtube videos are embedded on ZR.
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Maybe it should cost to create new groups.
That way new users have to contribute first before creating new group. Also, users who contribute with content or satoshis to create a new group are more likely to be active in the group they create.
There is also risk of spam or squatting.
Not sure if this new group is spam or bug:
The Solidarity Fridge is a grassroots, open and collaborative project aimed at reducing food waste occurring at households, supermarkets, restaurants, events, etc.
At this food waste pickup we rescued lots of frozen norwegian salmon that was distributed and shared from the Solidarity Fridge locations.
The Solidarity Fridge project started in Gothenburg Sweden, but is part of a large foodsaving movement in many countries.
By posting on ZapRead we hope to inspire others in joining the foodsaving movement.