Issue 171


Cloughjordan Ecovillage: Modeling the Transition to a Low-Carbon Society

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Irish ecovillagers achieve the smallest ecological footprints recorded in their country.


True Sustainability: Indigenous Pathways

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At Maitreya Mountain Village, mainstream pragmatism meets radical idealism.


Creating Carbon-Negative Communities: Ecovillages and the UN’s New Sustainable Development Goals

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Diverse ecovillages are modeling how to create more just, equitable, and sustainable human societies.


The Bridge to a Greener World

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This Australian community’s bridge is a lot more than just a bridge.


Want an Ecovillage? Stay Put!

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How can we care for a place if we’re not there, day after day, year after year, paying attention?


Ecovillages Worldwide—Local Solutions for Global Problems

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A wide array of ecovillages throughout the Global North and South address our shared challenges.


Overcoming Apartheid—the Global Ecovillage Network

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Communities worldwide are exploring how to heal our separation from each other and the natural world.


Ecovillages and the FIC

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The Fellowship for Intentional Community and the Global Ecovillage Network partner in support of empowered citizens and communities designing for a sustainable future.


Ecovillages around the World, #171 Contents

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In our Summer issue, the Global Ecovillage Network, Gaia Trust, and the FIC partner to offer stories of pioneering efforts worldwide by communities working to incorporate the four dimensions of sustainability: social, ecological, economic, and worldview. We explore local solutions to global problems, creating carbon-negative communities, restoring our relationships to one another and the land, learning from indigenous groups, ecovillage strategies in areas of crisis, and more.