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Community action projects[edit | edit source]

Develop community, town or regional sustainability groups, which might develop an interest in any sustainable community action topic. Use CASwiki as a collaborative web page, or pages, for your group.

some more specific examples:

  • Community Transport schemes
  • Community shops, pubs and cafes
  • promote Cittaslow, or slow towns
  • Rural heritage centres
  • support local shops and services

Resources[edit | edit source]

How to's[edit | edit source]

Networks[edit | edit source]

Other Resources[edit | edit source]

Reseach[edit | edit source]

  • RuralHack, research / action project that investigates both the cultural and technological aspects of the relationship between Open Hardware and agriculture

News and comment[edit | edit source]

2020

Land inequality worse than thought and fuelling other inequalities, Nov 20 [2]

2018

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The future of environmental planning, Tom Kenny, Dec 10 [3] ...Rural sustainability UK

Our Common Ground: some reflections on the RSA's latest report, Nov 7 [4]

This disastrous new project will change the face of Britain, yet no debate is allowed, George Monbiot, Aug 22 [5] ...Oxfordshire

Green Belt 'being eroded at an alarming rate', Aug 6 [6]

2017

Green campaigners call for land ministry to halt the 'erosion of the countryside', Mar 5 [7] ...Rural sustainability UK

See also[edit | edit source]

local information can be found, or shared, via our many location pages


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External links[edit | edit source]

  • Grassroots Economics, "non-profit foundation that seeks to empower marginalized communities to take charge of their own livelihoods and economic future. We focus on community development through economic empowerment and community currency programs. Beneficiaries of our programs include small businesses and people living in informal settlements as well as rural areas." added 15:48, 1 April 2020 (UTC)

References[edit | edit source]