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  • 10Sep
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    - Free Schools
    - Transition Towns
    - Foodcoops
    - Local currency
    - Ethical banking
    - Urban Gardening
    - Adbusting
    - Repaircafés
    - Carsharing
    - Containern
    - Open-Source-Software & Commons
    - Critical Mass
    - Food-Sharing/Food Saving

  • 10Sep
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    With Cradle to Cradle, as in nature, there is no such thing as waste, no having to do without, no limitations. Using biological and technological nutrient cycles, the right materials are brought to the right place at the right time. The aim of the Cradle to Cradle design concept is to improve the quality of products so that they:

    - have an improved consumer quality for the user
    -...

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  • 10Sep
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    Together we must save the Earth from collapsing!

    I am convinced - humanity does not want to perish! Environmental consciousness is growing worldwide and people are becoming more active. Cross-border cooperation is beginning to develop. Women and young people are often especially committed. However, in spite of all strivings and struggles of the worldwide environmental movement, the...

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  • 10Sep
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    Haven’t we all a huge pile of very handy but hardly used things in our house that fill our closets and make us need even more space than we already occupy?

    Swiss initiative Pumpipumpe had the beautiful idea to encourage urbanites to share all these occasionally used items by using stickers to show what they are...

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  • 19Jul
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    Community Supported Agriculture, as a way to contribute to a greater solidarity between urban and rural communities, is equally empowering for both the community and the farmers and offer solutions to common problems facing producers and consumers worldwide. The German “slogan” for the CSA movement is “SolidarischeLandwirtschaft:Sich die Ernteteilen”: “Solidarity-based agriculture: Sharing the...

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