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Building Sustainable Communities: Tools and Concepts for Self-reliant Economic Change

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A revised edition of a classic work long out of print, this book is based on the Schumacher Society Seminars on Community Economic Transformation. It presents the underlying ideas and essential institutions for building sustainable communities. The three major sections of the book deal with community land trusts and other forms of community ownership of natural resources; ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published November 18th 1997 by Jon Carpenter (first published June 1989)
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