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Sacred Water, Profane Markets – Register Now

Nature, Economy and Equity: Sacred Water, Profane Markets Friday, May 19th, 9:00 am – Noon 22 East 30th Street, New York, NY 10016 Register for General Admission or Live Stream “Treating nature as a sacred gift requires our full capacity to imagine ways to heal the split between humans and the earth. A comprehensive plan to protect nature while securing […]

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The IU View: Spring 2017

“When you were born in a world you don’t fit in, it’s because you were born to help create a new one.” In this world that seems more chaotic every day, our organization continues to hold a steady torch for the perennial wisdom teachings about justice in land tenure and tax policy. I think you will be encouraged after reading […]

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New Rural Towns

The Fourth Habitation Revolution comprises SMART ecovillages to compliment and implement Fourth Industrial Revolution Techonologies using Sustainable Managment of Affordable Renewable Technology. Download the Fourth Habitation Revolution PDF

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The IU View: Winter 2016

“In our time…creep on the insidious forces that, producing inequality, destroy Liberty.” — Henry George, Progress and Poverty (1879) Greetings! This is the News Worth Reporting edition of the IU view. Herein you will find pertinent sections of seven mainstream media articles describing the many positive benefits of land value taxation. The “news is the news” for our favourite public finance policy […]

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Value Capture: Infrastructure Financing, Kilimani, Nairobi

Exploring innovative strategies for local infrastructure financing through value capture  Potential Application in a Re-zoned Neighbourhood: Kilimani, Nairobi Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya is divided into 20 planning zones. The history behind the development of these zones reveals segregative policies applied during the colonial period which separated land uses on the basis of race. These policies which are now […]

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