• Construire

    Reviewing our legislation

    Non-degradation of the environment must become the foundation of our laws

  • Balance

    Finding the balance

    Revenues for everyone depend on consumption. Innovation must become compatible with sustainable development

  • Bio

    Biodegradable or recyclable

    Each product must be designed with materials that are biodegradable or recyclable to infinity.



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We are at a critical crossroads where our information and our courage enables us to choose to create a thriving world based on protecting the rights of every individual or our recent trajectory of misinformation and confusion continues to lead us into a global police state - seeking daily permission to act from the dictators of a one-world tyranny.

We outnumber the perpetrators of the agenda by over a million to one. They cannot control us unless they can control our minds. As we wake up, do our own thinking, connect with others and take action, humanity has what it takes to thrive.

Now, as this website (www.thrivemovement.com) is launching across the world, the desperation and resentment of those calling themselves “the 99%” is merging with the groups identified by Hawken and Ray above the first truly global (r)evolution is emerging.

It does not have a leader. Each person’s inner guidance is leading, and we are finding ways – with the Internet, with hand signs, with daily council circles and a myriad of others to honor that.

It does not yet have a clearly defined set of strategic goals. It is the result of the moral outrage against corruption, deceit, and brutality. It is fitting that people are finding how to mobilize based on everyone’s rights before getting too focused down, rather than just doing the next centralization of power into the hands of a few. The movement is naturally first seeking a core morality to guide the great turning of humanity away from the destructive practices in every field that have put the life of the planet and its species at mortal risk.

"It is not enough just to become more conscious. It matters deeply what you become more conscious of."
Neal Rogin