Author, scientist and explorer Michael Tellinger from South Africa is traveling the world spreading the philosophy of UBUNTU – an African concept of Contributionism. Also a Fellow of the NewEarth University, in April, 2017, Michael was a key symposium speaker at the inaugural NE Festival, Ancient Futures, held at the NewEarth Haven-Bali, Indonesia presenting his new vision.
Tellinger has developed the concept of Ubuntu Contributionism. He claims it is a social movement promoting communities where people live, function and thrive without money. He says that everyone in the community contributes just three hours per week – sharing their abilities, skills and talents on an equal basis – and as a result, the community prospers.
For more insight click and enjoy a radio interview with Michael on Contributionism: Society Without Money
To fully inform yourself how “one small town can change the world” please visit his portal: UBUNTU PLANET.