How can we manufacture a sustainable society? Listen to Sarah Lee, Washington Governor Inslee’s Director of Advanced Manufacturing, tell her story of learning to help average citizens with bottom-up efforts and partnerships that give people better health and jobs. From helping disadvantaged kids gain access to better dental care to transforming the Northwest into the…
THE THREE THEMES OF THIS PODCAST
American history, and specifically the importance of the meaning of the Declaration of Independence then and now, is a starting point for our podcast conversation. As the 250th anniversary of the Declaration approaches, let’s ask ourselves about those founding ideals and how they inform American strategy and citizen action in the 21st Century.
American strategy, specifically the need to come together to build a “grand strategy” for sustainable prosperity using sustainability science and reason, is a key piece of our podcast conversation. As we increasingly confront complex problems let’s use our founding ideals and empower citizen action to build an enduring national governing consensus that we’ll need to thrive in the 21st Century.
Citizen action, specifically the ways that American citizens can help add their voices and actions to accelerate sustainable prosperity, is an essential part of our podcast conversation. Because of our ideals and our need to tap into all of our citizens’ talents and abilities, let’s talk about the best ways each of us, working together, can make a productive impact.