This publication explores new politics in Europe and describes the commons in different spheres of society, economy and politics. The book is divided into seven thematic sections. Most sections have a theoretical position and a practical case study. All sections feature influential thinkers whose voices we want to amplify. This book is comprised of the insights of more than 20 writers, activists and pioneers, standing on the shoulders of hundreds more.
Publikacija „Održivost, odrast i hrana“ obrađuje više različitih aspekata proizvodnje hrane kroz prizmu zajedničkih dobara, održivosti i odrasta. Publikacija pokriva širok spektar tema, od prepoznavanja koja su fizička i društvena ograničenja procesa proizvodnja hrane, preko načina na koji se danas hrana proizvodi na globalnom i nacionalnom nivou, pa sve do mogućih alternativnih praksi.
In this chapter it is argued that even when one’s causal contribution to an outcome is imperceptible, or non-existent, one can be morally responsible for it; responsibility is not based on causation.
By reconstructing a materialist conception of nature and society, Marx's Ecology challenges the spiritualism prevalent in the modern Green movement, pointing toward a method that offers more lasting and sustainable solutions to the ecological crisis.
If 'place' and 'local space' are where the 'tangible solidarities' necessary to build an alternate way of life, and an anti-neoliberal politics, must form, then we cannot avoid confronting the systematic obstacles that have to be overcome in realizing such a project. Claims that sustainable local ecologies can serve as the foundation for political action and social alternatives at least require careful scrutiny.