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  • Peadar OCeallaigh
  • Jay
  • Vida
  • Arthur Brock
  • Sheri
  • Nurture Girl
  • Michael Linton
  • ernie yacub
  • Michel Bauwens
  • Josef Davies-Coates

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Cascadia Commons is now a member of P2P Foundation
Jan 31, 2009

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About Me:
Cascadia Commons is a benevolent society dedicated to advancing social, economic and environmental sustainability in the Pacific Northwest. Our vision is to foster a thriving, regional community that is economic prosperous and in harmony with the natural environment. To make this vision a reality, Cascadia Commons develops and supports a network of local lodges, cooperatives and initiatives that address the unique social, economic and environmental challenges of the Cascadia Bioregion.
How did you come across this network?
The Michel Bauwens interview with Michael Linton, founder of the Open Money movement.
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http://www.cascadiacommons.org
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http://twitter.com/CascadiaCommons
Other:
http://www.earthenergycollective.com

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 8:44 on January 1, 2010, Michel Bauwens said…
Hi Vida,

(if this is you ..)

Would you consider writing an article for our regular blog, on the specifics of the solidarity mechanism (life-benefits) in the cascadia commons, and how it could be set up elsewhere?

Michel
At 18:55 on August 27, 2012, Peadar OCeallaigh said…

Colin

i joined peer to peer 3 years ago and i have kept up with its research and videos and articles, i find the change now attitude interesting although in the USA it seems to be very unpopular in many areas in the way it is being implemented. Im not i meant there are more opportunities in the usa than in europe, but europe has looked to change over many decades as the EU policy engages,(although it is new in operation in europe also ) whereas Americans are finding this all new.

local Agenda 21 seems to be very unpopular what is your view on it ?

peadar

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