The People's Guide to the Budget was created to help Louisville, KY residents understand how their tax dollars are spent, and how they can change it.
The Caring Economy Campaign's Fast Fact Sheets are an invaluable resource for making the case for the visibility and value of the work of care in our economic system.
In this report, we introduce some of the key ways that cities can make a difference in the face of federal inaction on climate change.
This report provides an overview of the potential for IWM in cities from the big-picture framework down to examples of tools used by cities on the ground.
Cities should include local food as part of their economic development efforts, and this paper will help them do that.
Local governments have the opportunity to create healthy futures by divesting their funds – general, retirement, utility, pension, etc. – from fossil fuel companies.
This report's goal is to arm progressive local elected leaders and advocates with a range of effective policies that, if adopted, would make a significant difference in getting on that high road. They will be able to use better democratic organization to add value, reduce waste, and capture and share locally the great benefits of doing both.
This report offers guidance in balancing stakeholder interests and implementing rational approaches to parking policy.
Improving care jobs requires reshaping the nation's understanding of what care work is, what it is worth, and how to pay for it. Care workers, as well as their advocates and unions, need to be connected to city and state minimum wage campaigns and to begin securing public and private resources to make higher wages for care workers a reality.
In this Next System Project second official report, project co-chair, and NEC co-founder, James Gustave Speth details the steps that must be taken to change the status quo of the political-economic system.