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Had to read the headline a few times for it to fully sink in.

Just Eight Men Own Same Wealth as Half of Humanity: Report

commondreams.org
Economics of Happiness
01/15/2017 at 17:21. Facebook
Come with questions and join our live discussion on the future of democracy in the uncertain times ahead: [ Localfutures.org Link ]
Economics of Happiness
01/14/2017 at 22:32. Facebook
Sowing the seeds of a new system...
“The food movement has focused on where is it grown and how is it grown, and the seed systems haven’t been as much a part of those conversations...We’re trying to connect with people to say, ‘Hey, there’s an even deeper layer to your food.’”

How “open source” seed breeders are changing global food production

ensia.com
Economics of Happiness
01/14/2017 at 16:04. Facebook
Watch George Monbiot narrate this short video about the positive impact of releasing just 14 wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

Happy weekend to all!

They Released 14 Wolves In A Park. But No One Was Prepared For This...

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Economics of Happiness
01/13/2017 at 20:03. Facebook
A step forward for corporate accountability. #ExxonKnew

Exxon Ordered to Fork Over 40 Years of Climate Research

ecowatch.com
Economics of Happiness
01/12/2017 at 20:07. Facebook
People power in Spain - an incredible, still-unfolding story that flies in the face of the right-wing authoritarian "#populism" dominating the news.

‘We won because we were in the streets for all these years, thinking about the things we wanted to do and change, being really clear, building the movement without leaders, without faces, without laws – everything.’

This is how people power wins an election: the story of Ahora Madrid - Commons Transition

commonstransition.org
Economics of Happiness
01/12/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Our friends from The Democracy Collaborative and The Next System Project will be at this teach-in at Georgetown University, and another teach-in at American University the same weekend ([ Disruptj20.org Link ]. They'll be talking about local democratic models and community wealth building. U.S. East Coasters - you won't want to miss this!

Resisting, Organizing, and Building in the Age of Trump

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Economics of Happiness
01/12/2017 at 13:22. Facebook
Can democracy survive corporate rule? How can we bring ‘people power’ back into the world’s economies? Join our next webinar to explore these questions and more.

People Power: Democracy and the Economy

localfutures.org
Economics of Happiness
01/11/2017 at 19:54. Facebook
This is the horror and insanity of the global economy.

Blood tapped from pregnant mares in Argentina, Uruguay and the US is used by European pharamceutical companies to increase the growth rate of pigs and other animals in industrialised production.

The secret to factory farming no one is talking about?

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Economics of Happiness
01/10/2017 at 19:28. Facebook
Small scale, diverse. organic and local agriculture systems are emerging as the best way forward as high tech, energy and chemical heavy industrial monocultures seem to be losing their productivity.

‘The reason the productivity of industrial agriculture is now under threat is because it has been systematically degrading the human and natural capital on which it relies.’

Modern agriculture cultivates climate change – we must nurture biodiversity

theguardian.com
Locally grown, fresh food makes everyone feel better!

“There’s a much stronger incentive to worry about why patients are not getting better and what we can do to avoid them getting sick in the first place, and a lot of it has to do with their social environment, their access to healthy food,”

In One of the Nation’s Unhealthiest Places, This Hospital Prescribes Fresh Food From Its Own Farm

yesmagazine.org
From competition to co-operation!

‘Darwin was no economist, but wealth-sharing and cooperation have always looked more consistent with his observations about human survival than the elitism and hierarchy that dominates contemporary corporate life.’

How Cooperatives Are Driving the New Economy - Evonomics

evonomics.com
‘Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants’ - and find them locally!

We agree that living ‘healthy-ish’ should be simple - and the easiest solution is to grow or source as much local food as possible.

Forget Fad Diets, Embrace 'Healthy-ish'

theatlantic.com
The Food Literacy Project, helping people reconnect with healthy, locally grown food.

“People want healthy food, but they may not know what it is or where to get it.”

Thanks for sharing YES! Magazine

In This Food Desert, Kids Learn to Farm Veggies—Out of the Back of a Truck

yesmagazine.org
Jason Hickel's blog post is our first in 2017 - and fittingly, it's about regeneration and hope in the face of a situation that seems overwhelming.

"The solution to climate change won’t be found in the latest schemes to bend our living planet to the will of man. Perhaps instead it lies in something much more down to earth – an ethic of care and healing, starting with the soils on which our...
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Regenerative Agriculture: our best shot at cooling the planet? - Local Futures

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What is your opinion about a ‘basic universal income’? Finland is giving it a try…

‘The idea is that a universal income offers workers greater security, especially as technological advances reduce the need for human labor.’

Finland basic income: 2,000 citizens getting guaranteed income of $587/month

money.cnn.com
New visions and practical realities - Ecovillages!
Grateful for all the smallholder and family farms that are keeping diversity, survival and hope alive!

"Smallholder and family farms are crucial to feeding the planet, and successful policies aimed at alleviating poverty, boosting food security and protecting biodiversity and natural resources depend on the inclusion and participation of small farmers."

IonE researchers produce first-ever map of farming households across world

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