The Unist’ot’en Camp in Canada isn’t just out to block tar-sands pipelines. Campers are also developing a resilient community.
Welcome to Tieton, Wash. The town of 1,200 could hold lessons for rural America.
In the middle of a trans-continent bike trip, our hero discovers that in rural America, sharing comes naturally.
Former Grist fellow Sam Bliss just gave away most of his belongings and set off for the other side of the world. Here’s hoping karma is really a thing.
A community solar project in Seattle is powering the real sharing economy.
The Beacon Food Forest plants the heirloom seeds of a real sharing economy.
The bike kitchen movement greases the gears of the real sharing economy.
Real sharing can help solve big problems like climate change. But we have to start small.
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