Posts By: Stacco Troncoso

Stacco Troncoso

Greece: Alternative Economies & Community Currencies Pt. 1

By on November 16, 2017

First of a three part series, Niko Georgiades takes on a journey through Greece’s post-capitalist alt. economy. Originally published in Unicorn Riot Ninja. Niko Georgiades: Athens, Greece – While capitalism and consumerism dominate the culture of the United States of America and the Western world, community currencies are creating a buzz elsewhere. The radical need for... Continue reading

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Book of the day: The Community Resilience Reader: Essential Resources for an Era of Upheaval

By on November 14, 2017

Humanity faces multiple sustainability crises in the 21st century, particularly with regard to the environment, energy, the economy, and equity—the “E4” crises. In this reader we’ve brought together leading scholars, scientists, and activists to explore: the depth and complexity of the challenges modern industrial society faces in the 21st century; the history and science behind... Continue reading

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The Commons in Latin America: Struggles, Policies and Research

By on November 10, 2017

The Commons in Latin America: Struggles, Policies and Research is a two day conference taking place in December 12th and 13th 2017 in Amsterdam. The following information is extracted from the conference website. The concept in construction Commons is a concept in construction broadly defined as tangible and intangible resources shared by a group of individuals... Continue reading

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Pull the Plug on Internet Spying Programs

By on November 10, 2017

Every day, the U.S. government sweeps up the emails, text messages, and other online communications of millions of innocent Americans. Congress has a chance to rein in this unconstitutional spying when a key surveillance authority expires at the end of this year. An important campaign by our friends at the EFF. Read this article for... Continue reading

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Pull the Plug on Internet Spying Programs

By on November 10, 2017

Every day, the U.S. government sweeps up the emails, text messages, and other online communications of millions of innocent Americans. Congress has a chance to rein in this unconstitutional spying when a key surveillance authority expires at the end of this year. An important campaign by our friends at the EFF. Read this article for... Continue reading

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