The Political Economy of Decentralization

Saitama Super Arena 13 October 2018

The Permaculture Podcast is a globally respected go-to resource for all things permaculture with over 15,000 listeners per episode.

Scott Mann has built relationships and facilitated conversations with the world’s leading permaculture practitioners, authors, and scientists from all backgrounds and areas of expertise. Here, Scott interviews David on developing a permaculture-aligned business.

This video was a partnership between The Bloom and Films For Action ( The Bloom Part II "Practicing The New World" was screened on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. It featured Stephen Brooks (co-founder of Envision Festival), Jonah Haas (co-founder of Lucidity Festival), and David Casey. Moderated by Jeet Kei Leung.

"Practical Tools for Project Initiation" @ Lucidity Festival 2015 in California. Lucidity Festival transformational festival promoting a creative lifestyle for expanding consciousness, and an interconnected community of friends and family.

David was interviewed on Eclipse Radio at Oregon Eclipse Festival 2017 on his work in the world.

Public Speaking Engagements


In the Press

David has written for various publications and been interviewed on a number of occasions about his work.


Bridging the gap between festivals and sustainable living

Lost in Sound is a publication focused on covering emerging cultural trends in electronic dance music culture. LiS interviewed David on his work grounding the ideals of the transformational festival movement in a more permanent culture.


Cosmic convergence: an interview with David Casey

Reality Sandwich is a magazine of ideas for the transformational community. Keyframe Entertainment interviews Cosmic Convergence founder and co-producer David Casey to discuss festival history, music and upcoming projects.


Convergence: Technology, Consciousness, Community

The Huffington Post is a liberal American news and opinion website and blog. This article tracks various players in the emerging movement of transformational culture, including David. Article by Jacob Devaney.