How does the way in which we create and circulate money economy-wide assist or, on the contrary, undermine our efforts towards sustainability?
How does our quest for a meaning in life make our ways of spending, consuming, saving, and investing more or less sustainable?
What new cultural practices and what institutional reforms do we need to introduce in order to hasten the emergence of a society that is genuinely sustainable, i.e. convivial and permacircular?
In our quest for a culture that is both convivial and permacircular, what can and should we learn from the ecological, metaphysical, and anthropological knowledge of indigenous cultures?
Making the planet sustainable will require us to understand the U.S.A.'s unsustainability. How did it emerge from the British culture of the 17th and 18th centuries?