Best of Communities: 13. Cooperative Economics and Creating Community Where You Are

Best of Communities Cooperative Economics and Creating Community Where You Are On the three legged stool of sustainability less attention has been given to economics than to the robust ecological and social dimensions But that doesn t mean it s less important It s hard to keep

On the three legged stool of sustainability, less attention has been given to economics than to the robust ecological and social dimensions But that doesn t mean it s less important It s hard to keep a stool upright with only two legs Half the articles in this bundle are focused on what we re learning about values based ways to make a living which is a quality oOn the three legged stool of sustainability, less attention has been given to economics than to the robust ecological and social dimensions But that doesn t mean it s less important It s hard to keep a stool upright with only two legs Half the articles in this bundle are focused on what we re learning about values based ways to make a living which is a quality of life issue if there ever was one The other stories are devoted to taking the inspiration of community beyond the boundary of shared property If you figure that there are only 100,000 people in the US living in some form of self identified intentional community, yet 100 million wanting a greater sense of community in their life, it s obvious that we should be exporting what we re learning to neighborhoods, churches, schools, and workplaces almost everywhere Half of the 20 articles in this bundle focus on that expansive task The Cooperative Economics and Creating Community Where You Are digital article compilation includes 1 Recipe for a Thriving Community by Jonathan Dawson, 119 2 Regaining Our Sense of Oneness through Localization by Helena Norberg Hodge, 154, 15 16 3 Our Own Money A Recipe for Local Economic Revival including Local Currencies, Stephen Burke by by Albert Bates, 133 4 When a Dollar Is Worth More than 100 Cents by Gwynelle Dismukes, 136 5 Social Class Money in Community by Allen Hancock, 98 6 Our Community Revolving Loan Fund How Walnut St

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Best of Communities: 13. Cooperative Economics and Creating Community Where You Are

  1. Jonathan Dawson Helena Norberg-Hodge Albert Bates Gwynelle Dismukes Allen Hancock TREE BRESSEN Douglas Stephenson Abeja Hummel says:
    Jonathan Dawson is co ordinator of the Global Ecovillage Network and a key player at the Findhorn community, where he is based.

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