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What We Do

We collaborate on the design, implementation, research and best practices in complementary currency systems. We’re a cross-disciplinary network of mutually-supportive monetary change makers. Read more about us.

We need not petition Congress and we need not waste time to denounce bankers, for they can neither help nor hinder our natural right to extend credit to each other, and this is the perfect basis for a money system. E. C. Riegel

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Portland Fast Food Workers Don’t Just Want a Raise—They Want a Union Too

Employees at Burgerville, a Pacific Northwest restaurant chain, are unionizing and demanding benefits. Even without their employer’s recognition, their union offers an alternative model for organizing low-wage workers.

What’s a Carbon Farmer? How California Ranchers Use Dirt to Tackle Climate Change

Scientists believe that simple land management techniques can increase the rate at which carbon is absorbed from the atmosphere and stored in soils.

Our New Guide to Public Money Creation

Positive Money is proud to announce the release of our new Guide to Public Money Creation. More and more people are joining Positive Money to critique the Bank of England’s current £375 billion Quantitative Easing (QE) programme and call for … Continue reading

The post Our New Guide to Public Money Creation appeared first on Positive Money.

The Advent of Blockchain Based Life Forms

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OuiShare Fest 2016 will explore the implications of decentralization for individuals, businesses and society and the impact of technologies like blockchain.

The post The Advent of Blockchain Based Life Forms appeared first on OuiShare EN – Connecting the Collaborative Economy by Bianca Pick.

The Pragmatic Impacts of Sanders’ Big Dreams

Even with Tuesday’s campaign setbacks, Bernie Sanders’ pledge to make the country more equitable and sustainable is more realistic than some people are letting on.

What Small Farms Need to Compete With Corporate Food

Most small farms have to follow the same rules as big corporate ones. In Maine, flexible food ordinances have increased the number of small farmers.

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