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Law of Nature manifesto

Worldwide discussions for various years have preceded to get to this video, a first manifest about the Law of Nature. The video elaborates on tipping points, the frontiers between different states of the same matter, the voluntarily of forced (by nature) overcoming of our status quo when circumstances change. You may recognize some statements from Sustainocracy, such as the essence of health. The initiative was taken by Eugen Oetringer, who appears in the video himself as narrator.

Introducing the STIR Learning Academy

Learning through participation we call it. We are all, young and old, people and institutions, challenged to recognized and develop the essential values for our existence as human beings. In the STIR learning academy we formulate this challenge and get people to work on it from their different personal background perspectives. In the Academy we address all fields of attention even though some developed spontaneously as priorities over time within STIR.

The program can be found under the Academy tab of this blog. We don´t want to be yet another educational institution and prefer to be a valuable partner to provide learning contexts to existing educational infrastructures. We also work gladly with learning partners from all over the world in order to contribute to people´s development of skills but also awareness about the broader dimensions of life. Many of our programs are not executed in a classroom. They are performed in open dialogues, open air experiences, health valley services, etc.

We are not interested in just transferring some knowledge. We want to make a difference in people´s lives by developing changes in perspective, understanding authenticity, life essentials and shared responsibilities. People who join our learning programs gradually become part of our Sustainocratic society, not through any kind of indoctrination, by mere opening up to themselves as valuable human centered change makers, entrepreneurs and contributors to the common good.

The STIR learning academy has already existed for over a decade. In fact before STIR was announced in 2009 we already worked on the 4 x WIN entrepreneurship of the 21st century. This is the first time that we bring together all the accumulated knowledge for people to join and put into practice in their home countries.

The living lab of Sustainocracy has been the region of Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Many of the learning offers are therefor conducted in this town. But we also use the network of our partners in the world to do training on specific subjects. In reality, everything is possible as long as one is willing to open up to the mindset of the essential human values and shared responsibility.

If interested in keeping up to date about our Academy activities and offers please let us know.

Under what circumstance can Sustainocracy develop as a viable alternative to our current governance models?

Asking the famous Artificial Intelligence Chat platform:


Sustainocracy is an alternative governance model that prioritizes the well-being of people and the planet, emphasizing sustainable development and the co-creation of a harmonious society. While its adoption and viability depend on various factors, there are certain circumstances under which Sustainocracy can develop as a viable alternative to our current governance models:

  1. Recognition of the limitations of existing models: When the shortcomings of traditional governance models become apparent, such as their focus on short-term economic growth without adequately addressing social and environmental concerns, there may be a willingness to explore alternative approaches like Sustainocracy.
  2. Growing awareness of sustainability and well-being: As societies become more conscious of the need for sustainable practices and the well-being of citizens, there is an increased demand for governance models that align with these values. Sustainocracy’s focus on sustainable development and the balance between economic, social, and ecological aspects can appeal to those seeking a more holistic approach to governance.
  3. Collaborative decision-making and citizen empowerment: Sustainocracy emphasizes citizen participation and co-creation, involving various stakeholders in decision-making processes. When people feel disengaged or excluded from traditional governance structures, the participatory nature of Sustainocracy can be seen as a more inclusive and democratic alternative.
  4. Localized initiatives and experimentation: Sustainocracy thrives in localized contexts where communities and regions come together to address their specific challenges. When local communities face pressing issues that require innovative and tailored solutions, Sustainocracy’s emphasis on local initiatives, collaboration, and adaptation can provide a suitable framework for governance.
  5. Leadership and political will: The adoption of alternative governance models like Sustainocracy often depends on visionary leaders and political will. When political leaders recognize the potential benefits of Sustainocracy and are willing to champion its principles and values, it becomes more likely to gain traction as a viable alternative.

It’s important to note that the transition to Sustainocracy is not a straightforward process, and its success depends on a complex interplay of social, economic, cultural, and political factors. However, under the right circumstances, Sustainocracy can emerge as a viable alternative that addresses the shortcomings of traditional governance models and promotes sustainable development and well-being.