I’ve posted this excellent talk by Janelle Orsi [https://janelleorsi.com/] from the brilliant Sustainable Economies Law Center [https://www.theselc.org/] a few times over on our facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/uniteddiversity]. The whole presentation is well worth watching, but I particularly like it when she
Via Feasta [https://feasta.org]: “Cap and Share: mechanisms to share scarce resources and provide economic incentives for renewable energy and efficiency investment. Mark Rutledge, an environmental consultant, argues that the adoption of Cap and Share, Feasta’s proposed framework for a global climate treaty, is a necessary tool for
Many sites and projects have rushed to the rescue ever since the Pirate Bay announced its intended sale [https://mashable.com/2009/06/30/breaking-the-pirate-bay-sold-for-7-8-million/] back in June. Opentracker [https://newteevee.com/2009/07/14/post-pirate-bay-a-federated-tracker-network-emerges/] wants to take over the Pirate Bay’s tracker duties, and Torrage [https://torrage.
I am a huge fan of Wikipedia, one of the greatest achievements of sharing; I also enjoy wandering around Flickr, although its lack of over-arching organisation makes that hard to do. Maybe this is perfect solution: Fotopedia [https://www.fotopedia.com/], “the first collaborative photo encyclopedia”, which uses text from