The Conversation of Human Survival

Bridging social and political divides

Inspired by Buckminster Fullers World Game, the #IsThereEnough conversation is producing a new cultural foundation for trust and agreement. It is a new examination, and a realization, of how to reduce conflict, hate and authoritarian appeal. It is also a surprising pathway for ordinary individuals to be able to produce more wealth, inclusivity, and personal success through better collaboration.


Why are we asking ?

#IsThereEnough is a registered nonprofit dedicated to promoting the idea of replacing war and conflict with agreement and consensus.

We have conducted the conversation all over the world, to hundreds of people, in all walks and cultures, from diplomats to cab drivers and even a classroom of kindergarteners. We conduct our work in real time conversation through webinars, zoom meetings, surveys, dinners, and casual conversation.

Asked in 25 countries and researched
over 1000's of hours of conversation

To make the world work for 100% of humanity

What does it mean to make the world work?

Whatever you view as the number one issue we are all facing in this world, we are inspiring people to creating a society and a global system that functions in a sustainable, equitable, and just way. This means finding solutions to the many problems we face as a species, from climate change to poverty, from discrimination to conflict.

Making the world work also means creating a world that works for everyone, not just a privileged few.  It means recognizing the interconnectivity of all things, and understanding that the actions of one person or group can have profound impacts on others. There is nothing wrong with people having abundance, just as long as the system that was used to get it works for everyone.

Ultimately, making the world work requires a shift in mindset, from one that values individual gain and short-term thinking to one that values the common good and long-term sustainability. What would that look like? Buckminster Fuller's World Game was a problem-solving tool and a social experiment designed to address global challenges and create a sustainable future for humanity. The game was based on the principles of systems thinking, where players would analyze and design solutions to complex global problems using a world map and other visual aids.

The World Game aimed to demonstrate that there is enough resources and technology available to meet the basic needs of every human being on the planet, provided that resources were managed effectively and equitably.

We are playing Bucky's
World Game

How does the IsThereEnough question add to the World Game?
While the World Game was designed to help people understand the interconnectedness of global issues and work together to solve them, the IsThereEnough question brings a deeper level of introspection to the process. Our conversation encourages people to examine their values and assumptions about the world, and to consider the implications of global resource distribution.
The IsThereEnough question shifts focus from external problem-solving to internal reflection and self-awareness.
IsThereEnough 2.0 Conversation
It begins with personal reflection

Stop and really reflect on what there is and is not enough of in the world.

By asking people if there is enough for all of humanity to survive rather than telling them shifts the conversation from a top-down, authoritative approach to a more collaborative and inclusive approach. It empowers individuals to assess their own needs and resources, and to have a voice in decision-making processes that affect them.  

We create a space for dialogue and mutual understanding by doing this, we can build trust and foster a sense of community. This can also lead to more creative solutions and collaborations that take into account diverse perspectives and needs.

It can help to challenge assumptions and narratives around scarcity and competition, and instead promote a mindset of abundance and cooperation. It can also encourage people to think about sustainability and long-term planning, rather than short-term gains, this also can help to promote a more democratic, equitable, and sustainable society..

What next?

After exploring the question of IsThereEnough in depth, it may become clear that there is indeed enough, but with some important caveats. In fact, there is a rather large "but" in the middle of the matter that must be addressed in order to truly understand the situation.

We are working to solve this problem, with your help.

Buckminster Fuller
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How you can be involved

There are many things you can do on this site to experience the conversation,


The founder of IsThereEnough is interviewed on several different podcast.

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The IsThereEnough Fuller Treaty of Humanity

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The first treaty signed by individuals and not nations                                      

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Here are a few IsThereEnough conversations

BlockChain Show

Diversity is the White Knight here.

Radio Intentional Decisions

Accountability vs Responsibility

Conscious Vibe

Who you were is not who you are now or who you will become

Front Row Dads

Finding the value in agreement

Kerry Lutz

Are we going to face perpetual shortages?

Eternal Optimist

You are enough

"What people are saying"

Voices matter, even yours

"The #IsThereEnough conversation stretches our imagination. It suggests that we might have more resources to work with than we think do. This conversation is worth attention and discussion."

Hon, E. David Burt, JP, MP

Hon, E. David Burt, JP MP

Bermuda Premier
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“The path from here to there requires new systems, methods and organizations. That would require new agreements. The “#IsThereEnough campaign is a bold and forward thinking platform to enable those conversations and agreements!”

Debbie Resnick

Debbie Resnick

Business Professional
& Environmental Activist block.

“I believe #IsThereEnough shows a unique promise to encourage cooperation that will help create a more inclusive social and economic system of wealth and sustainability.”

Adriaj Gupta

Adiraj Gupta

CEO / Investment Strategist
Co Founder Impact Launchpad
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"As a conservative, I see #IsThereEnough reaching out into the common heart of humanity and reminding us that we ALL have value, no matter who we are, or where we are on this planet. "

Kristie Thompson

Kristie Marie Thompson

This is some Impact Investment
Producer, President of #IsThereEnough
USA, and a Certified DAR Member

"I immediately knew once I discovered #IsThereEnough ... that our goals align, to save the world and make it better. i feel absolutely privileged, and honored to collaborate, and contribute towards ensuring the success of this critically important mission"

Sherif Samy Botros

Sherif Samy Botros

Founder and CEO of Autonomicity
Game & Alpha ProMega Media

"#IsThereEnough is a movement that demands answers of global partnerships and economic inclusion. We need to move to an era of co-operation for sustainability and survival."

Danie Asomani

Daniel Asomani

Founder and CEO of Vodec Africa

"#IsThereEnough is about a new era in our evolution, as a global society. As a campaign built around real and meaningful conversations, it is about building a future, of economic and social inclusion, through the power of agreement" .

Thibault Verbiest

Thibault Verbiest

Global Fintech Leader,
Novelist and Former Advisor
to The World Bank

"As a conservative, I see #IsThereEnough reaching out into the common heart of humanity and reminding us that we ALL have value, no matter who we are, or where we are on this planet. "

Fiona Lee Evans

Fiona Lee Evans

Director, Pimento Hall
International School

“I support and endorse the #IsThereEnough conversation because this question is awakening the conscious space in human beings where we recognize that there is enough and we are all one.”

Moshe Garelik

Moshe Garelik

Founder of the UniOne Campaign

"#IsThereEnough is a stronger voice of wider reach, here to drive an inclusive conversation helps make the world actually work for 100% of humanity ."

Rodrique Fouafou

Rodrique Fouafou

Pan African Diaspora Leader,
Angel Investor, Founder and
CEO of HartNamtemah and Wouessi

“#IsThereEnough is exactly the right question at exactly the right time in history.”

Patti McEuen

Patti McEwen

Champion Aquatics Coach, Founder of #DreamCatchers Foundation text inside of a div block.
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With even a small one-time or monthly contribution, you will help us to be able to fund a media campaign to spread a simple new conversation of personal and social responsibility and create an economy based on agreement, not war.  As Buckminster fuller once said, " you never change things by fighting the existing realty. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."  Our current system is not working because not everyone is valued. Please give, and help us to build a new one that is focused on 100% of all of us, everywhere.