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Networks, news and comment

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Nov 26 Networks UK: Plastic Free Towns, a movement aiming to reduce single-use plastics in the UK [1]

2018

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Networks UK: A report from #CTRLshift2018, Apr 5, Rob Hopkins [2]

2017

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Hungary: A story across Transition borders, How the “green” and the “marginalized” can become allies, Jul 15 [3]

Sixteen Big Ideas to change the world and create a better future, Mar 17 [4]

2016

“Local and regional community resilience building is going global” by @DrDCWahl, date not found [5]

From Oil Age to Soil Age, Nov 21 [6]

DIY networking: the path to a more democratic internet, November 8 [7] see also Spain, Greece

The unstoppable rise of 'Demain'. February 4 [8]

How to stop competing and start building community, Charlotte Millar, January 22 [9] To get the most out of a community, you need a shared strategy, a space to grow, and to practice liberation.

2015

‘Crowdtiming’ para la movilización ciudadana, December 23 [10]

“Beyond POC21: From a Moment to a Movement” by @DerekRazo, November 29 [11]

The Transition Story: Time to stop talking about climate change? November 2 [12]

The Network Approach to Social Change, Nell Edgington, October 15 [13]

2009

Rethinking networks as passionate human clouds, David Wilcox, December 21 [14]

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CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from Networks and is for news and comment in that global or international context.

Comment

2018

It’s time to talk about We, Oct 22 [15] / A response

2017

How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don't Fall Prey to Bureaucracy, Jul 20 [16]

"Building 21ST century community", Jun 19 [17]

Growth hacking for NGOs: Building movements with volunteers, Apr 6 [18]

2016

“Open Enspiral: Lessons from a Participatory Network”, Oct 12 [19]


References

This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. Shareable
  2. Transition Network
  3. transitionnetwork.org
  4. The Ecologist
  5. medium.com
  6. thackara.com
  7. theconversation.com
  8. Transition Network
  9. opendemocracy.net
  10. blogs.20minutos.es
  11. medium.com
  12. Transition Network
  13. Social Velocity
  14. David Wilcox
  15. Transition Network
  16. @Shareable
  17. @LinkedIn
  18. mobilisationlab.org
  19. medium.com/enspiral-tales


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