Crowdfunding: a Key to the Future?

Crowdfunding is on the rise and many believe it represents an alternative to capitalism, as well as a way to democratize investments and to allow new ideas to emerge. Is it really so? We will see whether it could be, and also the main criticisms it is facing.

Future Scenarios

What choices do we have to make to create an ecological future? To answer this question we have to imagine different future scenarios as well as the actions that can lead to the realization of them, argues Korsár and Malmström in the second post of their social ecology series.

Ecological Challenges 2017: Call for papers!

Do you want to be part of the biggest social ecology gathering next year? 15-18 February 2017 the second Ecological Challenges conference will take place at the University of Oslo, Norway. We call for papers on the topic of System Change!
A good work ethic...

We’re Running Out of Work—At Last!

In this society, labor is one of the most important things imaginable. Apparently, many people don’t work to afford a more or less bearable life, but rather they live to work. The idea that work ennobles is a widely shared misconception, even on the left.
dimitri roussopoulos staring into the distance

“The People of Rojava are Staging a Social Revolution”

In February 2016 Dimitri Roussopoulos went to Istanbul as part of an international peace delegation. In this interview, he discusses the purpose of that delegation, the dynamic of Turkish-Kurdish relations, the social revolution in Rojava, the PKK and Abdullah Öcalan, the US involvement and the communities of Rojava.
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