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Ecovillage: Stories from the Protected Landscape of Green Gable, the World’s First Low-Impact Green Neighborhood, by Rachel Aaron. Preview the



 

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Fifa 16 gold guide Waves Tunewise 3 Fifa 15 coins generator FIFA 16 money generator Waves Tunewise 3 Crack (Mac+Win) Free DownloadCreating an Ecovillage: Stories from the Protected Landscape of Green Gable, the World’s First Low-Impact Green Neighborhood, by Rachel Aaron. Preview the book from the author. Rachel Aaron is a freelance writer, environmental consultant, and advocate, specializing in the global landscape of sustainable living. She has worked for a number of nonprofits in the field of ecovillage formation, policy advocacy, and education, including Zero Waste Africa, the Villages of Tomorrow Project, and the San Francisco-based Institute for the Future. Rachel’s first book, titled Geographies of Sustainability: Eco-Social Movements, Environmental Justice, and Community-Scale Change (Routledge, 2010), explores the transition of self-sustaining communities from their inception to the early 21st century. She is currently working on a history of the global North American ecovillage movement, tentatively titled Ecovillages: A Global History. Rachel Aaron recently spoke with Brooklyn Rail about her experiences in the world of ecovillages and the future of the movement. Your book Geographies of Sustainability is just out. How did your book compare to what you expected when you started? It’s actually much more significant than I expected. As a research historian, I focused on the political and intellectual context of the nascent ecovillage movement, and paid attention to what ecovillagers thought about their own communities as well as larger issues. My book focused on one of the most transformative moments of the movement, when the Burlington, Vermont-based ecovillage, Green Gables, was attempting to transition from a hippie commune to a living community. I had expected that the book would be mostly about the experience of ecovillagers, but it’s turned out to be much more about the larger context in which they live, and about how we look at the role of our communities, as well as the bigger social and political issues we face. There was a good deal of coverage in the book about Green Gables, and how it became a significant force within the ecovillage movement. You’ve also written articles about Green Gables and other ecovillages in such publications as




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