During the winter months Matthew Ehret and Cynthia Chung made an intensive 5 week speaking tour that took us from Ireland and Switzerland, all the way to Japan. Throughout this experience, we met countless creative souls and new collaborators who are looking at the storm befalling our world and are generating creative solutions. The first event at which we spoke was titled ‘Think Local’ in Ireland and was hosted by Making Sense’ Sara Haboubi and her excellent team of dedicated collaborators.

They were invited to join Ireland’s irreplaceable poet, statesman and journalist John Waters to open up the event, and we had an amazing time sharing and learning throughout the panels outlining banking, agriculture and energy. Other panelists included Alex Krainer, Ellen Brown, Catherine Austin Fitts and many more.

Click on the links below to watch the panels both Matt and Cynthia participated in:

To access the full day event, click on the link below. If you agree that Think Local is doing very important work please also make a contribution to their website to help support further events:

https://wwwthinklocalie.vhx.tv/products/the-think-local-conference-ireland-2023 or  https://www.thinklocal.ie/

Cynthia Chung is the President of the Rising Tide Foundation and author of the book “The Empire on Which the Black Sun Never Set,” consider supporting her work by making a donation and subscribing to her substack page Through A Glass Darkly.

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