Commoning is the sacred practice of entering into relationship with each other, the Earth, and our co-creations with fairness, integrity, and authe
We know from experience that when cooperatives work together across silos, their impact on justice, sustainability and democracy exponentially incr
Last summer, YES! Magazine and the New Economy Coalition set out to solve a problem both of us kept encountering: Why don’t we have better images to tell the story of the new economy?
We are extending the deadlines to propose a Track or Network Gathering to January 19, 2016 at 11:59PM EST.
We're held an informational webinar to go over what’s involved in being a volunteer coordinator and to answer any questions you might have. Watch the recording today!
The Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED) is a member of NEC because we believe in building a more just and sustainable economy. It’s what we’ve been doing in eastern Kentucky for 40 years.
This year, we’re excited to invite you to play a central role in co-creating this conference by submitting proposals for Workshop Tracks and Network Gatherings.
CommonBound will be a workshop-heavy conference organized around some core thematic tracks. Each track will be curated by a volunteer planning committee and framed around a challenge or opportunity standing between us and a just, sustainable, and democratic economy.
Network Gatherings are day-long gatherings that will be held on the first day (Friday, July 8) of CommonBound. They are proposed and organized by volunteers who want to bring a group of 20-100 people together to increase the capacity of our movements.
This December, please support the New Economy Coalition’s work to imagine and build a new economy where people and planet thrive. As thanks, we’ll send you an inspiring poster—no matter the amount you choose to give.