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If economic localization is to grow into a formidable movement, millions more need to be enrolled in the cause. There is an urgent need to raise awareness about the root causes of the crises we face, to build ever-broader alliances to resist corporate power, and to demonstrate how localization can help solve many of our most pressing challenges. Education is an important part of the change.
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We cannot afford to leave the economy to the same ‘experts’ or policy makers that continually promote corporate interests over the needs of everyday people and the planet. The Economics of Happiness argues for a systemic shift in direction – from globalization to localization – as a powerful strategy to help solve our most pressing social, ecological and economic crises. This will require policy changes at the community, national, and international levels.
Our Partners, from the Post Carbon Institute to Yes! Magazine to Navdanya, are doing incredible work across the globe. Our partners are focused on several key metropolitan areas: Seattle, Berkeley, Portland, Toronto, New York City, Dublin, and New Delhi.
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