Find unity in diversity in order to restore harmony within our biosphere.

The real promise of a digital age is to restore the values and modalities eroded by the expansion of central currency and the corporation. Instead of building our entire economy on debt-based money that promotes a monoculture of induced scarcity and fear, driving all of us into a state of planetary overshoot and collapse; we now have the tools to reactivate and scale our ability to cooperate and exchange with one another, enabling all of us to transition into bio-regional economies of abundance.

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According to the United Nations, 2019 marks the year where 51% of the global population has access to internet.

The missing component required for a worthy planetary response, suitable to the scale of the challenges we face in the 21st century, is to transition from a culture driven by fragmentation to one of integrity.

To restore integrity is to enable the effective translation of the numerous best-practice theories into the actualization of a sustainable planetary culture at the service of all citizens of earth in the shortest possible time. This requires us to shift our collective awareness from seeking mere incremental change over the countless symptoms plaguing our planet to effectively addressing the challenges by their roots. Immersed in a fragmented system of induced scarcity we confuse what is with what is not. Only by addressing this fundamental lack of integrity can we start moving into the right direction and transcend the cultural conditioning that keeps humanity under the illusion of separation.

Integrity, not only delimited to the degree of effective translation of ideas into practice, but also in its meaning of including the whole. In other words, making this change an inclusive reality for all citizens of the world, without leaving anyone behind and without ecological offense.

Moreover, integrity is inherently holistic, in the sense that the theories of change to be adopted must not only be inclusive to all views but also in representation of what unites all views. Integrity is structured and fortified by amalgamating different perspectives into a consensus that takes everyone into consideration yet allows the determination of timely and scalable solutions. The broader the diversity represented within a system, not only in culture but also in biodiversity, the more resilience and abundance can resurface. In fact, there is boundless untapped value in crowdsourcing wisdom from the knowledge available from people throughout the planet. No artificial intelligence can compete with the wisdom found across communities worldwide, and even more so as we rediscover how to work together towards our common goals.

If integrity means inclusiveness, then it must also be transparent. Laying open overarching conversations for the world to participate in, leaves systems dominated by secrecy and fragmentation exposed. As people throughout the world find alignment and rediscover that we have more in common than we have been conditioned to believe, the legitimacy required to find unity in our common efforts is restored. Transparency, therefore, not only optimizes communication between large groups, but also fosters a culture of trust and understanding which nurtures empathy.

As we recognize the magnitude of the problems we face as citizens of the planet and the insufficient response from the institutions that represent us, it is imperative to restore our ability to cooperate and resolve the grand challenges in a unified and effective manner, enabling a combined effort to sustain life. Only through inclusiveness we can unlock the vast potential for cooperation that has been kept dormant. The key is to harness the innate cooperative nature found within all of humanity, allowing us to work towards systemic integrity.

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