Imagine this: A bold manifesto that challenges the very notion of U.S. global dominance and the Cold War mindset of containing threat with military strength.  In its place: a new definition of security and prosperity based on sustainable communities, localized food system, renewable energy, and US leadership on human rights.  “Dominance, like fossil fuels, is not a sustainable source of energy,” the document proclaims.

"I wanted to build an organization focused on supporting educators to teach effectively about sustainability. I wanted to equip people with quality curriculum that supports inquiry, engagement and action. "
-Susan Santone, Creative Change CEO and Founder

The educational field is abuzz with a quest for innovation. Public and private dollars are pouring into a frenzied race for “disruptive” changes and silver bullets, with many of the approaches heavy on technology. There’s flipped classrooms.  Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS).  Big data.  And of course, more STEM (science, technology, engineering and math.)