This week we’re talking about building a mass movement for a just planet, what New York City can become without Amazon, the theme of the International Day of Cooperatives, Venezuela and scoring how state policies help or hinder local clean energy action.
This week we’re talking about a just transition to a new economy in post-coal Appalachia, how Black Lives Matter Louisville is organizing around housing in Kentucky and exciting new data from the US Federation for Worker Cooperatives & Democracy at Work Institute based on their first national study of the worker cooperative experience.
This week we’re talking about the organization creating jobs and opportunities in Appalachia’s shifting economy; the millennial one-percenters redistributing their wealth; and 50 years of people powered resistance.
Learn about: the worker co-op movement's development over the last few years newly-released data on successes and growth in employee ownership how the worker cooperative movement is raising money for the people and by the people, and exciting policy developments in the last year.
Happy new year! We’re kicking off 2018 by talking about the tiny home village in the way of the Trans Mountain Pipeline; building financially healthy neighborhoods; and a just transition framework for disaster recovery.