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  • Writer's pictureSusanne Heart

Spaceship Earth & Real Democracy - TEDx

SPACESHIP EARTH is alive. She produces everything humanity needs, including a perfect atmospheric system for us to thrive in. She does this with no effort, so long as we don’t upset her balance. By not understanding that Spaceship Earth is one integral system, we have sadly made her weaker. This means we have compromised our very own basis for existing on earth. We need to change that path. Now. But how do we do that?

Spaceship Earth | Susanne Heart | TEDxStavanger

Susanne calls the blue planet Spaceship Earth, and advocates for giving people back power, because systems as they are do not give time for action. The people needs to make decicions, not systems. Susanne is a part of politics in Norway and her take away is Clear. Susanne is passionate about creating a new path for humanity - based on a deeper understanding of nature, love and consciousness. As an elected green politician she works towards anchoring these principles into the governing systems of Rogaland and society as a whole. Susanne has been an advocate for new governing systems such as Universal Basic Income and Carbon Fee & Dividend and as the selective nerd she is, dives deeply into research in areas of interest. She has done her research from the inside of the democratic and political system to find what works and what does not work when change is needed. Susanne has been a founder and innovator from young age and as a founder she always has a lot of ideas and projects going on at the same time. She has a preference for the transformative opportunities in organizing chaos, seeing everything as building blocks for something better - just like in nature. Her company Tripod House is soon launching climate resilient, offgridable houses with hardly no footprint to serve a dramatically changing world where millions live in climate risk areas. Her ideas are often bold, innovative and action based. Susanne is not afraid of calling a spade a spade when it is needed. Now it is needed This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.


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