Emergent Solutions for a World in Crisis (Part 3)

The Third Piece of the Puzzle: The SIMPOL Campaign by John Bunzl

Many issues on the surface — one root cause below the surface: the Tragedy of the Commons and its variations Destructive International Competition a.k.a the game-theoretic Prisoner’s Dilemma

A Quadrant Analysis

A Simple Rendering of the Four Quadrants by Ken Wilber

Sure, you can blame it on incompetent politicians, or greedy stakeholders, yet even those politicians and stakeholders can only pick among the choices that are on the menu. Meanwhile, the unrecognized “tragedy of the commons” dynamic makes sure to continue to generate shitty menu choices for all of us.

Levels Matter: Developmental Issues in “Getting” Systemic Problems

One Version of a Stage-Model for Interior Development

The Rule of Law

Destructive International Competition in the Global Governance Gap

Me, introducing John Bunzl at the Conference of the German Integral Forum in Berlin, 2012

Effective Global Governance vs. a Global Government

A Virtuous Cycle in Exchange for the Current Vicious Cycle

Example: Carbon Tax

Example: Appropriate Taxation of Corporations

4-minute explainer video for SIMPOL

How would SIMPOL help?

What kind of policies are eligible for simultaneous implementation?

How do you convince nation-states to join SIMPOL?

Proof of Concept for SIMPOL

The Other Puzzle Pieces

To be continued…



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Dennis Wittrock

Integral pioneer from Germany. Holacracy Master Coach at Xpreneurs. Partner at encode.org. Co-founder Integral European Conference. www.denniswittrock.com