The official, representative text of the global not-for-profit sustainability advocacy organization known as The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM). This is a 320-page guide defining all of the core ideas of The Movement, documented with over 800 sources.

Lectures and Presentations

Over the years of development of concepts, many activists decided to step up and produce videos, where they make lectures and presentations about the concepts and ideas of The Zeitgeist Movement.

The TZM Official YouTube Channel has become the repository for the best of these videos.
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In All Seriousness Podcast

Since the release of "Zeitgeist: Addendum" in 2008, TZM has hosted a regular global podcast where volunteers share educational awareness, activism insights, movement news and updates.
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Recommended Reading

From time to time, books worth reading are shared between members of the movement. TZM's primary focus remains educational and awareness activism. Understanding fosters compassion and wisdom in our interactions with the world, with one another and with ourselves. This slider of recommending reading is worth exploring.

The official, representative text of the global not-for-profit sustainability advocacy organization known as The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM). This is a 320-page guide defining all of the core ideas of The Movement, documented with over 800 sources.

The First Civilization by Jas Garcha is a well-written introduction into a resource-based economy (RBE). The arguments are scientific and substantiated by 138 citations in the reference section. The book gives full credit to Jacque Fresco and his life-work, The Venus Project. After presenting the basic ideas in the first part, Jas Garcha logically answers typical objections and gives a long-term plan with considerable detail how to test whether the RBE concept actually works while moving towards it at the same time.

In this bold new look at the recent uncontrolled spread of global capitalism, John McMurtry, professor of philosophy at the University of Guelph, develops the metaphor of modern capitalism as a cancer. Its invasive growth, he argues, threatens to break down our society's immune system and—if not soon restrained—could reverse all the progress that has been made toward social equity and stability. On every continent, in every state, there are indicators of profound economic and environmental collapse. From the lands of indigenous communities to the currency markets of Asia, from the ocean floors to the ozone layer, the collapse is all-encompassing and deep-reaching.

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