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People taking back control from the bottom up: Rotterdam community project & Incredible Edible

by Futures Centre, Feb 24
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This is how we take back control: from the bottom up | George Monbiot

Without community, politics is dead. But communities have been scattered like dust in the wind. At work, at home, both practically and imaginatively, we are atomised. As a result, politics is experienced by many people as an external force: dull and irrelevant at best, oppressive and frightening at worst.

Rotterdam Gallery

Editor: Maurice Specht @mauricespecht Desire Lines In more and more places people are working on their own initiative and in creative ways to take responsibility for their (living) environment. They are creating new connections between people and their surroundings; they are making c

Incredible Edible Todmorden | The Future Of Local Food In Todmorden

Aims to increase the amount of local food grown and eaten in the town. Local businesses, schools, farmers and the whole community are all involved.

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