Settlements & Transport: Networks

PostedonApr. 30, 2014in Settlements and Transport

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  1. Stay Grounded is a network (consisting of people, communities and organisations from around the world, dealing with the multiple impacts of aviation). It works on a global level to reduce air traffic (because ‘flying is the fastest way to fry the planet’) and build a climate-just transport system. (checked on 29 Oct. 2020)
  2. Global Ecovillage Network: A global network of eco villages and communities that are practising sustainable living. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  3. Transition Network:  A charitable organisation that connects and supports people and communities to change over to a sustainable lifestyle with reduced CO2 emissions. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  4. Kibbutzim Site: The Kibbutz Movement provides variety of services to strengthen the many Kibbutz so that the community based, cooperative living sustains for future generations. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  5. Ecolise: A network of organisations that work to strengthen local communities across Europe towards a sustainable future and towards reduced carbon emissions. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  6. Auroville: An experiment to bring together at one place in India, people across the globe with the aim to have unity in diversity and also practise sustainable living, small scale industries, organic farming and follow other green practices. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  7. The Commons Transition Platform is a database of practical experiences and policy proposals aimed toward achieving a more humane and environmentally grounded mode of societal organization. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  8. basinSA Regional Knowledge Platform aspires to be the leading network committed to developing knowledge systems and promoting collaborative action within South Asia to enable access by the poor to sustainable habitat and livelihoods. It was formed from the building advisory service and information network. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

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