Find Issue #161, (Winter 2013) – “Renewable Energy” of Communities Magazine here!
Sustainability is embedded in community—even without a minus-$88-per-year electric bill.
After three decades off-grid in Washington state, Walker Creek members decide on-grid living is more sustainable.
Living Energy Farm embodies the promise of renewable energy used cooperatively.
Jubilee Partners’ clothesline does more than dry clothes with solar power; it helps build community.
Intentional communities are in a unique position to respond to climate change.
A 13-year-old indigenous environmental activist asks us to walk lightly and respect the Earth.
When community members want to place “private” panels on “public” roofs, don’t expect clear sailing.
A communitarian stops counting nanowatts, and starts counting blessings.
Home-scale geothermal in appropriate conditions promotes both community and energy savings.