Some cities are looking to in-law units to ease the housing crunch and build more diverse neighborhoods.
How can we work together for a truly democratic society?
Launching a platform business is difficult and complex. For entrepreneurs focused on sharing, it can be even more challenging, especially if they operate a two-sided marketplace.
The episode tells the story from the perspective of several Verificado19s volunteers.
Lifelong friendships often start with a simple conversation with a stranger.
Cooperative work structures promote ecologically sustainable farming and create sustainable livelihoods for farmworkers and their communities.
Paris has been on the cutting edge of a worldwide municipal movement dedicated to making cities more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.
How can we make our neighborhoods more resilient to disasters and other disruptions? What initiatives and communities can we learn from? How can we turn existing community spaces into resilience hubs that can serve the community in an uncertain future?
Collaborative housing is a great option for anyone who wants to live in community — whether young or old, married or single, with or without children.
What if you could check out a bike — in addition to a book — from your local library? That’s become a reality in over 20 communities in the U.S. and Canada.
Reporting routinely underplays how local communities come together to respond to the hardships they face while supporting each other during times of disruption.
Usually a recurring event, food swaps allow direct trades to take place between attendees — for instance, a loaf of bread for a jar of preserves or a half-dozen backyard eggs.
Collective giving is when donors come together to pool resources and collectively decide on how they want to distribute funds
The Auckland Plan is an example of a participative and inclusive co-design project that balanced market, state, and commons interests with the goal of becoming “the world’s most livable city.”
Q&A with Power to the Children film director Anna Kersting.
New report from American Enterprise Institute finds neighborhood amenities are key to social connectivity.