As of February 2nd, Amsterdam is Europe's first named "Sharing City."
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While the investment cooperatives that have formed in northeast Minneapolis and in Sangudo have relied primarily on the resources of the communities starting them, both initiatives have also benefited from favorable state and provincial policies.
Despite the deepening crisis of neoliberalism in Europe, no clear alternative critiques or philosophical approaches have emerged that could catalyze a united response or new convergence of movements.
It has been a tough couple of years in the effort to unite labor, community, and environmental groups, an alliance that has always been strained.
Both the name and the theory of degrowth aim explicitly to repoliticize environmentalism.
We stand at a precipice in history that demands that the human species achieve some fairly unprecedented evolutionary advances.
At a time when governments are failing abysmally to mitigate climate change, reduce inequality or end poverty, the key to creating a more equal and sustainable world is establishing participative forms of political engagement at all levels of society – from the local to the global.
Each of us has given without the expectation of receiving. Each of us knows the rewards of doing so.
A growing number of business owners are making the decision to turn over ownership to their employees.
“Find the intersection between your passions and your strengths and problems that need solving.”