WORLD WISDOM ALLIANCE (WWA)
A yet-unfulfilled approach for creating a world that works
Wisdom Alliance (WWA) is a new community of like-minded groups, organizations,
and individuals actively addressing our shared societal and environmental
challenges and opportunities, both global and local. The WWA was launched
in Toronto on July 28, 2006 with the support of The Club of Budapest Canada
in association with the World Wisdom Council (WWC).
core concepts are: Consciousness > Connection > Communication >
Collaboration. A multi-faceted Web presence is currently being designed
that will allow community members through communication, dialogue,
and collaborative action to deal more effectively with those challenges
and opportunities than each could in isolation. The main Communication
Centre is being established in Toronto, Canada under the auspices of The
Club of Budapest Canada. For the latest information on implementation
of the WWA Web site, check www.clubofbudapest.ca.
June 2007 Message on WWA Status from Club of Budapest Canada
President David Woolfson.
Wisdom Alliance A statement about the status of the WWA made in
late December 2006 by Club of Budapest Canada President David Woolfson.
Sahtouris's comments at the WWA launch. Elisabet Sahtouris is
a member of the World Wisdom Council, an evolutionary biologist, futurist,
UN consultant, and author of EarthDance and several other books.
Kitagawa's comments at the WWA launch. Audrey Kitagawa is a member
of the World Wisdom Council, member of many advisory boards, and author
of articles on spirituality, global security, and globalization.
New Dream for Earth. Alan Nordstrom attended the WWA launch, and
wrote this essay that appeared in the August 11, 2006 Orlando Sentinel.