COP21 in Paris is over. Now it’s back to the hard work of fighting for, and implementing, the energy transition. Richard Heinberg and David Fridley argue that not only do we need a plan but, in fact, we need lots of them.
The Promise of the Commons questions the orthodox opinion that only private ownership can protect the ecosystems. It discusses the thoughts and rights of people around the world and shows how landless people are protecting the common heritage.
2 diagrams that map the big picture of the emerging post-capitalist paradigm, underpinned by peer-to-peer and collaborative dimensions.
As part of our series on the 100 Women of P2P, Rachel O'Dwyer talks to Francesca Musiani about Internet Governance, informal P2P practices and much more.
We have an epic choice before us between platform coops and Death Star platforms, and the time to decide is now.
Post Growth Futures: How not-for-profit enterprises can make meaningful change bypassing immense private wealth accumulation and slowing global growth.
Michel Bauwens talks to New Zealand-based artist Sophie Jerram about art, digital commons and the overlooked commoning traditions of Maori culture.