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Sustainable, intentional communities: open world villages

Posted by steve on November 23, 2011

The vision is simple: if everyone lived in intentional, sustainable communities – villages, city/town blocks – then the whole world would be sustainable. Supporting that vision is the Open World Villages networking site, newly launched by the Open World Foundation.

Based on the powerful NING platform, the site is bringing together experts in their field (called Academy fellows) with existing villages and initiatives as well as individuals longing to get in contact with like-minded souls to create villages or move into expanding initiatives.

Open World Villages is looking into ways of purchasing land to create a portfolio of initiatives to drive the move to sustainable, intentional living.

But there is more: the site wants to bring together village-scale technology and service providers with people who want to promote and sell what they produce. The vision is a world not of business to consumer or business to business but villager to villager (V2V).

Read more on the Open World Villages site. Membership is free.

http://openworldvillages.com

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One Response to “Sustainable, intentional communities: open world villages”
  1. Sounds good! We’ve been noticing a lot more interest in intentional communities over the past five years. I’ve only been living communally since 1995, but the group I live with has been going strong since 1968.

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