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A fair economy that works for people and the planet.

#6 :: Local Produce for Local Chefs
#5 :: Organic Farming Cooperatives #5 :: Organic Farming Cooperatives
#4 :: Zero-Waste Economics
#3 :: Catching the Winds of Change
#2 :: Self-Help Through Microcredit
#1 :: Launching a New Apollo
10 Ways to a Human-Scale Economy
We offer the YES! perspective on 10 great innovations that prove change is not only possible, but underway. Tired of feeling powerless? See how to bring your economy home.
The Local Multiplier Effect The Local Multiplier Effect
Buying local products at local businesses creates a ripple effect as those businesses and employees in turn spend your money locally. In contrast corporate chains send most of your money out of town.
Go Local Resource Guide
These resources offer ways you can get involved with the “Go Local” movement right now. Explore them; share them; start declaring your independence from the global corporate economy today
Local Energy, Local Power Local Energy, Local Power
by Winona LaDuke
Energy for Democracy - wind on the Great Plains could power the country. Tribes are working to bring energy production home.
Green-Collar Jobs for Urban America Green-Collar Jobs for Urban America
by Van Jones, Ben Wyskida
Oakland discovers that green-collar jobs can revitalize its economy and sets out on the path to becoming a 'global green city.'
Creating Real Prosperity Creating Real Prosperity
by Frances Moore Lappé
Poor people are themselves creating the real job growth in much of the Global South through microcredit institutions and people's movements.
Independence from the Corporate Global Economy
by Ethan Miller
Our current economy is failing us, but there are alternatives. The roots of small-scale, local economies are in place. We can make them grow.
Caffeinated Community Comeback: Small Ohio Town     Discovers Power of Networking Caffeinated Community Comeback: Small Ohio Town Discovers Power of Networking
by Frances Moore Lappé
A story of community redevelopment from the bottom up. Starting with a coffee shop, and adding artisans, classes, and the power of networking. June Holley now helps communities around the globe form Smart Networks by training and supporting Network Weavers. Appalachian Center for Economic Networks.
Southern Revival Southern Revival
by Sarah van Gelder
The Southeast Social Forum prepares for a larger gathering of dedicated activists from all over U.S.
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