Resilient communities have rich connections that help them to withstand dramatic shifts due to climate change and economic disruptions. Community Solutions’ founder, Arthur Morgan, saw the strong and democratic small community as both the seedbed of virtues and an antidote to the ills of globalization. Beginning in 1940, Morgan and Community Solutions’ work helped inspire experimentation in land trusts, intentional communities, cooperatives and local currencies. Community remains the core of educational initiatives and Yellow Springs projects.
Plan C shows how each person's individual choices can dramatically reduce CO2 emissions. It offers specific strategies in the areas of food, transportation and housing.
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A river Story was born in the community-building work of the Antioch College Environmental Field Program in the summer of 2001. Its focus was on environmen- tal justice. Ten of us—the two of us recent Antioch graduates, the others current Antioch students—traveled together down the valleys of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, visiting communities that have been devas- tated by environmental destruction. People of these communities are fighting brave grassroots battles to save their lives, their health, their land, and their water, their sense of place and their sense of justice.