Greece community action[edit | edit source]
Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]
- Free and Real, Freedom of Resources for Everyone, Everywhere and Respect, Equality, Awareness and Learning
Community involvement[edit | edit source]
Place Identity, collaborative forms for site identity and citizen participation
SynAthina, platform for community projects
Cycling activism[edit | edit source]
Food activism[edit | edit source]
www.boroume.gr, network to combat food waste
Between 2000 and 2007 organic farming in Greece increased by 885%, the highest change percentage in the EU. 
Sustainable livelihood[edit | edit source]
Resources[edit | edit source]
Maps[edit | edit source]
Map of grassroots groups in Greece (2nd edition), Omikron Project, a group of girls and guys trying to show the untold side of Greece's current crisis, and fix the image problems that are damaging our country.
Video[edit | edit source]
News and comment[edit | edit source]
Greek Island Will Be Mediterranean’s First to Run on Renewable Energy, Sep 4 
How could we cope if capitalism failed? Ask 26 Greek factory workers, Aditya Chakrabortty, Jul 18 
Tilos, Greece: the first island in the Med to run entirely on wind and solar power, Jun 15 
The Greek Left Takes Stock of the Commons, Mar 1 
Habibi.Works is a FabLab equipped with all the tools for people to unfold their potential and hone their abilities, Oct 31 
Athens' unofficial community initiatives offer hope after government failures, Sep 21 
Building Communities of Commons. A documentary on networks at Sarantaporo, Jul 9 
The New Greek Government Endorses Commons-Based, Peer Production Solutions, February 12 
- "A commons colleague, John Restakis, wrote about this possibility a week or so before the January 25 elections. Now, speaking to the Greek Parliament last week, the new Deputy Prime Minister Gianni Dragasakis explicitly stated that Greece will develop new sorts of bottom-up, commons-based, peer production models for meeting people’s needs."
CommonsFest in Greece: A Movement Expands, May 13 
- Commons projects and activism seem to be really hopping in Greece: just last week a collaborative ebook, Πέρααπότοκράτοςκαιτηναγορά: Ηομότιμηπροοπτική, was published in Greece as a free, downloadable pdf file. The ebook presents a vision for a commons-oriented economy and society. Print copies will be available at the end of May, at a price defined by the reader.
- The book cites five key reasons why this vision can succeed, particularly in Greece: 1) the extensive micro-ownership of land and other forms of capital; 2) the existing solidarity networks; 3) the rebirth of the cooperative movement; 4) the urgent need for rebuilding the economy; and 5) the decentralized networks of islands which offer a unique case study for the commoning of energy production and distribution.
Brave new renewable energy bill introduced by Greek government in parliament,  May 5
Wildfires encroaching on Athens, citizens tracking developments via the web and Twitter,  August 24
Campaigns[edit | edit source]