Sven from Team Human on 1000 Nations and Democracy games, Hurricane Ida, flooding, tree extinction
0:00:00 – Intro
0:01:11 – Nora introduces Sven
0:05:01 – Nora – Hurricane Ida and other disasters
0:07:35 – Darryl – article: New study shows natural disasters have increased five-fold as NYC floods https://thegrio.com/2021/09/02/study-… Nora – article: Hurricane Ida forces Mississippi River to reverse flow https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/29/weathe…
0:12:45 – Darryl flooding in New York – Jim – Doug Rushkoff still pumping out water, house blew up near my duaghter and a tornado touched down near my son’s place.
0:19:00 – Nora article: Up to half of world’s wild tree species could be at risk of extinction Global study calls for urgent action to prevent ecosystem collapse, with farming the biggest cause of die-off https://www.theguardian.com/environme…
0:21:52 – Darryl response – Agriculture and livestock farming are connected.
0:24:07 – Greg – How we perceive the response of governments. The incumbent governments are going to come under increasing pressure. When there is famine all across the US, we will see the population express resounding dissatisfaction with the government.
0:27:03 – Jim – Sven was talking about an experiment in Belgium. Sven – 2011 – we hold the world’s record for the longest time to form a government – 500 days before they agreed on which party could have seats in parliament. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010%E2… During that time – a group said – let’s try something – they set up the “G-1000”. http://www.g1000.org/en/
0:30:00 – Greg – working with Luke Noland – “Games for Democracy”