New Economy Week 2013
New Economy Week is a national week of celebration designed to shine a light on the movement to build a new economy – an economy that is restorative to people, place, and the planet. From October 12-18, we will be highlighting events, actions, reports, works of art, and other projects that promote the principles of democracy, justice, and sustainability. Learn more and add your event to the map today!
Oct 12, 2013 05:05 PM
Oct 18, 2013 05:05 PM
New Economy Week is a celebration of the innovative spirit to build something that works better for the people, planet, and places we love. It is an opportunity to shine a light on the thousands upon thousands of things that everyday people are doing right now to build a new kind of economy. These innovators are all around us engaged in the work of growing co-operative and independent enterprises, democratizing and stabilizing finance through credit unions, finding new ways to share skills and goods, new ways to measure success, and new ways to meet growing human needs on an all too finite planet.
From October 12-18, we will be highlighting events, actions, reports, works of art, and other projects across the United States and Canada. By calling attention to the thousands of things people are doing right now to build a new kind of economy, we hope to inspire more participation in this movement and catalyze a conversation on the need for deep, systemic change.
We invite you to take part in this celebration, to convene your friends and your community, and to explore how you could be a part of building real alternatives in the midst of the place you live.
If you're already organizing something that seems like a good fit for New Economy Week,add it to the map!
If you're looking for ideas about what to do in your community, visit our get involved page!
For more information, see: http://neweconomyweek.org/what-new-economy-week