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What is the abundance we seek in the Commons Abundance Network?   From one point of view, it is a […]

Wolfgang Höschele June 17, 2013 February 4, 2016 abundance, scarcity
Agrarian Reform

"Providing impoverished rural people with access and secure rights to land is central to reducing poverty, empowering poor people and […]

Daniel Evans October 8, 2013 May 23, 2014 farming, food, land, reform, sustainability

Introduction There are over 7 billion humans on this planet, and the number is growing rapidly. Some argue that today's […]

Sarah Bakker October 7, 2013 February 2, 2014 farming, resources, sustainable agriculture
Agroforestry in Thailand

In the post WWII decades of 1945 to 1975 Thailand lost around half of its forest cover, which declined from […]

danielle breshears March 6, 2014 May 5, 2014 agroforestry, Thailand
Air and Atmosphere

  Context within NORA   Relationships to other Resources The resources of the atmosphere and water constantly interact, both through […]

Wolfgang Höschele February 22, 2013 November 20, 2014 air, atmosphere, resources
Air to Breathe

What is the source of abundant, clean air? Why is the air not always clear? And how can we make […]

Wolfgang Höschele February 22, 2013 May 16, 2014 air, needs
Alternative and Biological Pest Controls

Introduction With an increasing population in the world, there is an increasing demand for the amount of food produced. To […]

Abby March 4, 2014 May 2, 2014 agriculture, agroecology, alternatives, food, land, pesticides
Barefoot Revolution

Barefoot Revolution is an approach to grassroot action by a small group of determined individuals, who had graduated from a […]

Nanda Christanto March 7, 2013 October 9, 2013 barefoot, education, grassroot, organizational forms, solar panel
Being at Home

Being at home in the place where one lives or where one stays What does it take to feel at […]

Wolfgang Höschele March 4, 2013 December 28, 2013 being at home, empowerment, mutual understanding, needs, social inclusion
Co-operative Schools

 While formal schooling is a popular and accessible means for disseminating a broad base of knowledge, it can also be […]

Kelley Bauer October 8, 2013 January 19, 2014 cooperatives, education, Knowledge, schools
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