Ecovillage Boekel goal is a (mostly) selfsupporting village when it comes to energy, water and a big part of our food. It will be financially supported by the sustainable enterprises that we are projecting. Everything will be done in accordance to ou
This video gives a brief introduction to the social enterprise Common Ground, then a general explanation of a Community Land Trust, and finally, about the recently established Waikato Community Lands Trust in Hamilton, New Zealand.
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The 1point5 Project is a not-for-profit founded to focus and amplify the voices of those targeting a 1.5ºC world.
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Norway's Ministry of Climate and Environment has entered into a contract with Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) and its partners Airbus and Planet, to provide universal access to high-resolution satellite monitoring of the tropics in order to suppo
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NIWA's CarbonWatch NZ combines measurements of greenhouse gases in the air above New Zealand with models that tell where those gases have come from, giving us a bird's eye view of our country’s carbon balance. This is combined with bottom-up knowl
Mutu is a peer-to-peer rental marketplace that allows individuals & businesses to rent, lend, hire & share assets & equipment with people in their community.
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An open biomaterials and bioremediation forum, driven largely by university-based researchers. Includes how-to guides, question-and-answer problem-solving,
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