There are also numerous commons-based projects focusing on the self-organised production and distribution of goods.
The film “Bikes vs Cars” tells us that bicycling for transportation can reduce our emissions. But more importantly, bicycling can change our mindset.
Leave it to Germany to build a bicycle autobahn that connect 10 cities within its borders.
Bees are essential to food production. In response to the massive, global colony collapse problem, myriad urban beekeeping organizations have cropped up around the country.
Early one cold winter morning back in 2008, Alex Lawrie of Somerset Co-op Services was shivering on the Yeovil railway platform when he had an idea.
Created by Jessica McClard, the Pantry is an easy way for people to share surplus food and household goods, and access items they may need.
In late 2014 a design project at PUC-Rio university led five students to the street in Rio de Janeiro to restore an idle square by opening it for people collaboration and creativity.
We spoke about the importance of looking at the social, political and ecological elements of history, how history belongs not in dusty old shelves, but as a part of our everyday lives…
The Library of Things movement is emerging in communities around the world.
A growing movement that combines open source design with sustainability is creating an exciting alternative to profit-driven, proprietary sustainability products.
We’re part of something so much larger than ourselves and it feels like an absolute gift to be alive in this time.
This is the story of Rebecca Reid, her family, and their decision to move from a cohousing community to a farmhouse.