Our Universe Community is composed of intelligent early-adapters from all walks of life. They are individuals concerned not only about their own personal success. They are also concerned about current economic, political, social and ecological stresses, which are not only challenging their own future hopes for a better and safer life, but also those of their children. They understand that future generations are at high risk.
Many people from different movements are forwarding the Job One for Humanity Climate Re-Stabilization Plan and the new Universe Evolutionary Worldview of Evolution 2.0. They have discovered these new approaches and tools better underpin, validate and empower their own movements and why we have to act collectively to meet the great global adaptive challenges before us and build a better new world.
Individuals and organizations who use our website as members or visitors or collaborate with our organization call themselves by many names. These individuals call themselves; social activists, sustainability advocates, futurists, change agents, Millennials, cultural and economic entrepreneurs, cultural creatives, progressives, open society advocates, environmentalists, Internet and culture advocates, planetary citizens, Third Industrial Revolution advocates, innovators, education and social pioneers, Collaborative Commons advocates, evolutionists, evolutionaries, co-op advocates, planetary citizens, scientists, cosmists, evolutionary transhumanists, artists, hipsters, intellectuals, spiritual progressives, eco-spirituality advocates, agnostics, atheists, humanists or members of the Integral, LOHAS, Evolver, Wayseer or Maker movements.
They also sometimes describe themselves by the newer terms of Evolutioneers or Universe Citizens forwarded by our organizations. They are often individuals advocating for the Job One for Humanity Climate Re-Stabilization Plan and/or adopting the new ideas of Evolution 2.0 and its Universe Evolutionary Worldview.
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