We share so very much…but who does it really belong to? The many efforts of groups around the world are converging for justice, peace, the end of poverty, the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, and the restoration of
Mhere are many benefits from re-looking at difficult, immovable situations from the ancient perspective of the Commons By Kevin Hansen Originally published June 2011; updated March 2016 During the process of filming the documentary The Commons, it has become clear that
My friend and alter ego Pierre presents the great ‘Sustainable Lawrence’ community design event in 2006. The late Ralph Copleman was one of the leaders of the event. The community used a ‘Future Search’ format that engaged many people:
Earth Condominium Earth Condominium hosts a wonderful website with short videos, beautifully done, showing how we all live on a shared planet, much like a ‘condominium’ – where everybody has the benefit of much more because we share.
Attorney Jim Olson, Esq., the Founder/Director of the NGO Flow for Water, describes how people can protect their Commons using laws at the core of western legal systems. He describes how the Public Trust Doctrine is a crucial element of