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How Social Movements Happen, Part I: Zenith, Ossification, Reality Shock, Emergence - EMERGENT CITIES

How Social Movements Happen, Part I: Zenith, Ossification, Reality Shock, Emergence - EMERGENT CITIES | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
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The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week

The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
It would create jobs and stop the unsustainable cycle of rampant consumerism. Sure, it would also require a wholesale reordering of our economy, but that might happen whether we like it or not.
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Is it time for spirituality in business?

Is it time for spirituality in business? | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it

"The new economics is a kind of journey, asserting, putting into practice, dealing with the side-effects and moving on – and nowhere more than in the business of asserting that spirituality is also an economic concept."

 

Good article from the New Economics Foundation.

 

 


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How farms are using permaculture design to survive and prosper | Agriculture Research

How farms are using permaculture design to survive and prosper | Agriculture Research | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
ZeitNews, a Technology Team Application. News stories about our scientific and technological capabilities to build a better world.
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Solviva - Sustainable Solar-Dynamic Bio-Benign Design: Offering Better Ways to Live, at Less Cost Today and Tomorrow, Anywhere on Earth

Solviva - Sustainable Solar-Dynamic Bio-Benign Design: Offering Better Ways to Live, at Less Cost Today and Tomorrow, Anywhere on Earth | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it

Solviva design for sustainable living: solar design, year-round organic energy self-sufficient food production, non-polluting wastewater management

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“Food Sovereignty” law passed in small Maine town to allow sale of locally produced food without interference of regulators

“Food Sovereignty” law passed in small Maine town to allow sale of locally produced food without interference of regulators | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it

Town Hall in Sedgwick Maine Here's a Way to Eliminate the Regulators and Lawyers, and Build Community At the Same Time

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And the Debate Begins… Peer-to-Peer and Marxism: analogies and differences | Jean Lievens interviewed with Michel Bauwens

And the Debate Begins… Peer-to-Peer and Marxism: analogies and differences | Jean Lievens interviewed with Michel Bauwens | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
We are posting a critically timed and very important interview on P2P-Marxism nexus. Conducted by Jean Lievens with the founder of the Foundation for P2P Alternatives Michel Bauwens on some aspects...
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The Pirate Bay declares 3D printed “physibles” as the next frontier of piracy | ExtremeTech

The Pirate Bay declares 3D printed “physibles” as the next frontier of piracy | ExtremeTech | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
With 3D printing and scanning technology becoming more affordable for the everyday consumer, the Pirate Bay has declared that the next frontier of piracy is going to be real-world objects that can be created on those devices.

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Ecosystem Economics: Navigating the Water-Food-Energy Nexus

Ecosystem Economics: Navigating the Water-Food-Energy Nexus | Resilientcommunity | Scoop.it
When we talk about natural resource constraints on business — such as shortages in water or increases in the cost of energy or agricultural products — we tend to forget how deeply intertwined these commodities are.
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