How can coherent governance be brought to our culturally and politically diverse planet? Global threats like climate change, financial market crises and the growing gap between rich and poor all demand it. And yet established global institutions and governments are failing while NGO and corporate approaches are showing themselves inadequate. But by taking a transformative, world-centric perspective on global problems, and on global governance itself, John Bunzl shows that there is, after all, a creative solution.
Ken Wilber comments: “This work moves the global governance conversation forward considerably. John addresses the central issues concerning how global governance can be achieved even when only 5% of the global population is at Integral.”
Ervin Laszlo comments: “In an age when our problems are global and national governance structures are weakened and inadequate, it is absolutely necessary to think about the shape of effective global governance. This cannot be simply national government 'writ large', for that would also enlarge the problems and inefficiencies of national governance. It must be a holistic and evolutionary governance system, and as to the features of such a system, John Bunzl makes an essential contribution.”