“What happens tomorrow depends on what we do today!”

If you belong to a service club, faculty, student union, labour union, board of trade, a political party or advocacy group, you can encourage others in your organization to sign the Pledge to Build a New Tomorrow.

There are countless opportunities to create safe spaces and build bridges so we can embrace the complexity of our time together.
Here are just some examples:
Our monthly drop-in to explore the ideas that went into the pledge…
Thomas Homer-Dixon leads the Cascade Institute that explores Interventions for Rapid Global Change.
Yael Finer produces podcasts that ask the hard questions and builds bridges of understanding.
Rick Logtenberg and his team developed to help connect people and organizations around common objectives.
Frances Litman leads Creatively United’s Community Solutions Sharing Hub to bring people together in and around Victoria BC.
Barbara Cox owns and operates photokunst which specializes in marketing cause-oriented photography
Shane Lapp is helping to create a Living Economy through the Okanagan Circular Society
Please tell us how you are creating the opportunity for safe spaces of exploration.













What some of the signatories have said about the pledge:
I am part of the new tomorrow community, because I am not willing to consider the alternative AND I love imagining just how wonderful it could be.
Thank you Thomas Teuwen for helping me find the perfect affirmation statement I have been looking for: I am a biophiliac! If you also love all the life that walks, crawls, flies, swims, grows on this beautiful Earth, consider signing this pledge and help foster the most vibrant and healthy future possible for all life on this beautiful planet. I am honored to be a signatory along with Thomas Teuwen and (oh my!) Thomas Homer-Dixon!
Leslie from Ontario
Thank you for enabling participation in this very much needed vision for the future. I am incredibly honored to be part of this mission. 
I hope this will bring a ripple effect that enables more participation and more citizen engagement towards changing old modes and opening up new approaches to the Economy: Circularity, Recycling, Registering carbon footprint… From the small actions to the bigger ones.
We should take the future of our Planet into our hands. 
Ari from Madrid
I signed the pledge because I commit as a world citizen to do my best.
And because I commit, I agree with a contract to all my relations.
Eymie from British Columbia
The pledge clearly articulates the values and vision of the future world I imagine and desire, and believe we must create — together.
Karyn from British Columbia


To add your name to the list of signatories click on the I’m In tab.

And then tell us your story so it can inspire others.

   Why did you decide to sign?
   How has it changed the way you see the world?