Creating Change from the Ground Up
Activists and changemakers have long understood the need for evolution and social change. Yet, not everyone understands economics and how it influences society.
May 14, 2015
Martin Adams
Author, Educator

In this webinar hosted by North Atlantic Books, publisher of my book Land: A New Paradigm for a Thriving World, I explain in simple language how wealth is created, why money is scarce for most, and who receives what and why. If we are to ever to create a world in which we can all have enough and still live in harmony with nature, I believe it’s vital that we understand these economic dynamics. In this webinar, I talk about a radically new economic model that promises a sustainable and abundant world for all. It is a topic for those who dream of a better world for themselves and for future generations. For more information about how land reform can create meaningful work, restore our ecology, and bring more wealth into our local communities, I invite you to read my book Land: A New Paradigm for a Thriving World.

Creating Change from the Ground Up Webinar

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Author, Educator

MARTIN ADAMS is a systems thinker and author. As a child, it pained him to see most people struggling while a few were living in opulence. This inspired in him a lifelong quest to co-create a fair and sustainable world in collaboration with others. As a graduate of a business school with ties to Wall Street, he opted not to pursue a career on Wall Street and chose instead to dedicate his life to community enrichment. Through his social enterprise work, he saw firsthand the extent to which the current economic system causes human and ecological strife. Consequently, Martin devoted himself to the development of a new economic paradigm that might allow humanity to thrive in harmony with nature. His book Land: A New Paradigm for a Thriving World is the fruit of his years of research into a part of this economic model; its message stands to educate policymakers and changemakers worldwide. Martin is technical director at