A new way to produce is emerging. By this I mean: a new way to produce anything and everything, whether it is software, food, or cities.
Articles: sharing economy (27)
The non-natural needs to prove its benefits, not the natural. This principle is the clearest expression of the precautionary principle I've ever seen, and it is even more stringent.
My thesis is that all these things that we are describing are the seed of a new political economy, of a new system of civilization.
What happens when you apply the tools of the sharing economy to the mission of an enterprising arts organization?
Living quietly alongside the Industrial Growth Economy is another economy, an ancient one.
Did you know that Seoul, South Korea is one of the world’s key sites for post-growth economic re-development? No? Neither did I, until I saw for myself.
In October, while the US government...shutdown, the global sharing movement ramped up and demonstrated that if we want to get stuff done, we’re going to have to do it ourselves.
Sharing services aren't always easy to find. For two weeks in October, people all over the world gathered to make maps.
This emerging collaborative way of living and working is a potential economic regeneration strategy for communities, particularly those in rural areas.
Imagine a city where everyone’s needs are met because people make the personal choice to share.