On behalf of everyone at the New Economy Coalition (NEC), I’d like to thank you all for helping to make New Economy Week 2015 a success! It is through collaboration that we build a better world, together.
The centerpiece of this story is that systems that last in the real world—i.e., truly “sustainable systems”—are systems that are healthy, regenerative energy flow networks.
9 important things to know about the benefits of public banks, the philosophy behind them, what we’re up against, and how you can help.
When based in local knowledge and supporting local leadership, crowdfunding can be a powerful tool for building capacity in communities that need it the most.
New economies are built on what we value. What does real wealth mean to you?
Christi Electris writes about giving circles and crowdfunding as potential strategies to support the development of nonprofit and grassroots organizations in the rural US South.
All over the world communities have come up with innovative ways to manage local resources and meet collective needs.
The New Economy Project believes that community land trusts (CLTs) address these underlying issues of housing insecurity. That is they we co-founded the New York City Community Land Initiative.
There’s a less recognized way (than taxes) we could fund the investment we need. If there’s one area where even our anti-tax politicians have gone happily about creating big government without batting an eye, it’s the Pentagon.
There is growing recognition that we need to evolve a healthier, more just economic system. One step toward this is creating better tools to evaluate how the economy is actually performing.