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October 13, 2020 20:25

Local, community-based economies are particularly crucial for the well-being of our children, providing them with a healthy and deeply-rooted sense of identity. Recent research into childhood development demonstrates the importance, in the early years of life, of learning about who we are in relation to parents, siblings, and the larger community

October 13, 2020 20:25

Economic localization is a solution multiplier. And that is because, in stark contrast with the global economy, it is in tune with fundamental human and ecological needs. It is built on face to face relationships, on community, and on an understanding that Nature has limits that need to be respected.

October 13, 2020 20:24

Economic localization is a solution multiplier. And that is because, in stark contrast with the global economy, it is in tune with fundamental human and ecological needs. It is built on face to face relationships, on community, and on an understanding that Nature has limits that need to be respected.

October 13, 2020 20:24

Economic localization is a solution multiplier. And that is because, in stark contrast with the global economy, it is in tune with fundamental human and ecological needs. It is built on face to face relationships, on community, and on an understanding that Nature has limits that need to be respected.

October 13, 2020 20:23

And third, there are real and viable alternatives ways of structuring the economy, in particular, that offer the prospect of more equitable human relationships, a cleaner and healthier environment, and a deeper sense of personal well being.

October 13, 2020 20:23

And third, there are real and viable alternatives ways of structuring the economy, in particular, that offer the prospect of more equitable human relationships, a cleaner and healthier environment, and a deeper sense of personal well being.

October 13, 2020 20:23

And third, there are real and viable alternatives ways of structuring the economy, in particular, that offer the prospect of more equitable human relationships, a cleaner and healthier environment, and a deeper sense of personal well being.

October 13, 2020 20:22

So where does that all leave us? While the situation is undeniably precarious, there are three very good reasons why we can still look to the future with a sense of optimism. First, the mess we are in today is not the result of innate greed or some other human failing; it is the consequence of political decisions.

October 13, 2020 20:22

So where does that all leave us? While the situation is undeniably precarious, there are three very good reasons why we can still look to the future with a sense of optimism. First, the mess we are in today is not the result of innate greed or some other human failing; it is the consequence of political decisions.

October 13, 2020 20:22

So where does that all leave us? While the situation is undeniably precarious, there are three very good reasons why we can still look to the future with a sense of optimism. First, the mess we are in today is not the result of innate greed or some other human failing; it is the consequence of political decisions.