ReCyclery founder Chauncey Tudhope-Locklear and Board President Kees Kolff explain how opportunities exploded when the Recylery became a non-profit organization.
Articles: alternative economy (23)
The Commons Transition Plan is waiting for its next iteration, in which the knowledge commons are not the only commons to be considered a priority, but would be rather seen as a more general, fully physical, transformation towards a commons economy based on the commonification of land, money and …
How can people in difficult circumstances build autonomous lives? The answer might be found in the Jardins de Cocagne: by cultivating vegetables.
Here’s our starting point: If you don’t like corporate capitalism or state socialism, then what do you want — and how do we get there?
Part art project and part social experiment with a dash of scavenger hunt, these neighborhood exchange boxes host an ever-changing catalog of free items
We hear a lot about this 'new economy'. But what actually is it?
For many people concerned about inequality in the United States, cooperatives represent a beacon of hope.
Can there actually be climate justice?
Unlike their traditional for-profit counterparts, Open Cooperatives are oriented towards the common good in their statutes.
Teacher Heinz Frey halted the demise of “mom-and-pop stores” by creating new village centres – first in his home village, then in other communities and urban districts.