Archive for January, 2013

REconomy Project update, January 2013

REconomy Project update, January 2013

Published on January 28, 2013 in Blog, Project news with 1 Comment

We’re going to do a monthly or bi-monthly update with important project news. This might at some stage morph into a newsletter, but for now this is also featured in the monthly round-up over on Transition Culture, and also in the Transition Newsletter.   This month has seen a flurry of activity in the REconomy […]

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The elements of new economics? From the author of the Resilience Imperative

The elements of new economics? From the author of the Resilience Imperative

Published on January 23, 2013 in Blog with 1 Comment

An interview with Pat Conaty (main pic), one of the authors of the Resilience Imperative, by Naresh Giangrande of the Transition Network. This book examines the many elements from which resilient local economies can be built. Pat Conaty and Mike Lewis have done the leg work of collating and critiquing the many examples of how […]

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Hodmedod’s Great British Beans and Peas

Hodmedod’s Great British Beans and Peas

Published on January 15, 2013 in Blog, Food with 0 Comments

This is a place holder for the Hodmedod’s Great British Beans & Peas case study. Meanwhile you can read the story of how this enterprise came into being, and visit the Hodmedod’s website for more information.    

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The importance of partnering – a chat with nef

The importance of partnering – a chat with nef

Published on January 9, 2013 in Blog with 0 Comments

A number of organisations have been working in the field of new economics for much longer than us. We have been connecting with them and looking to share learning, collaborate and offer mutual support, recognising of course that working together will help all of us achieve the changes we want to see in the world. […]

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Linux as example of the beginning of a new economic system

Linux as example of the beginning of a new economic system

Published on January 6, 2013 in Blog, Services with 6 Comments

Does a bumper year for Linux show us that a collaborative meta narrative for the economy is starting to replace the out dated free market competitive one. A quick and rather narrow review of Microsoft versus Linux will provide some insight as to why and how this new collaborative meta narrative is appearing.   When we […]

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