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  • ...ties. It was inspired by the [[Living in Sustainable Villages project]] in Germany, and in turn formed the basis of the international project [[Ecovillage Tra ...ortium, led by [[GEN International]] and also including [[ECOLISE]], [[GEN Germany]] and St. Andrews University.
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  • The '''Living in Sustainable Villages project''' was initiated by [[GEN Germany]] in 2017. It supports collaborations between ecovillages and nearby conven ...me regions. The '''Living in Sustainable Villages''' project is run by GEN Germany in cooperation with local authorities in Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Baden
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  • ...tes – Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spai *[[Permaculture Institut e.V.]] (Germany)
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  • Trudering im Wandel, Germany: “''We have replaced our market meeting with exclusively regional and "un From Transition Town Tuebingen, Germany: "''The established projects such as CSA are running stably and have increa
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[Community energy in Germany|Germany]] ...d barriers: A comparative literature review of Community Energy in the UK, Germany and the USA, the benefits it provides for society and the barriers it faces
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  • == Transition in Germany == <blockquote>''Main page: [[Transition in Germany]]''</blockquote>
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  • ...e group of 20 members bought an abandoned village in a rural area in South Germany. In five years, the community has grown to 140 inhabitants. ...based on a Keyline cultivation pattern: The Schloss Tempelhof community in Germany], Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 2016. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27740.18566<
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  • ...with The European Permaculture Institute, originally based in Steyerberg, Germany and managed by Declan Kennedy, and in 1996 transferred to Copenhagen, Denma ...nal council meetings in between these convergences. At the convergences in Germany in 2012 and Bulgaria in 2014, started the process to create „Vision, Miss
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  • |[[Community-led initiatives in Germany|Germany]]
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  • ...ions. In a survey of members of CLIs from six European countries (Finland, Germany, Italy, Romania, Scotland and Spain), more than ninety percent of responden | style="width: 20%"| [[Community-led initiatives in Germany|Germany]]
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[{{PAGENAME}} in Germany|Germany]]
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  • * [http://glamurs.eu/case_study/the-region-of-central-germany/ TT Halle] ...bsite of EWS Schoenau, community energy cooperative that has become one of Germany's major energy suppliers]
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  • :* [[Community-led initiatives in Germany|Germany]]
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[{{PAGENAME}} in Germany|Germany]]
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  • '''Dresden im Wandel, Germany''': “I was the project manager of the Zukunftsstadt project, in which we
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[Zero Waste in Germany|Germany]]
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  • ...ed Agriculture (equivalent to AMAPs in France and Solidarlandwirtschaft in Germany) a relatively new model of food production and distribution that rests on c
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  • ...roject, for example [https://www.zero-waste-helden.de/ Zero Waste Helden] (Germany) and [https://www.facebook.com/DieWiese19/ DieWiese] (Nürnberg). In Sète
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  • ...national comparison of CLIs covered [[Community-led initiatives in Germany|Germany]], parts of [[Community-led initiatives in Italy|Italy]], [[Community-led i ...se study initiatives in the TESS project, particularly in Spain, Italy and Germany, emphasised the importance of participation, for example links between prod
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  • ...n. As a result, this civil-society initiative was the first of its kind in Germany, in 1997, to take over the grid as well as electricity supply to the local Approximately 160,000 electricity users in about 800 grid areas across Germany have chosen Elektrizitätswerke Schönau as their supplier. This is not onl
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  • ...d barriers: A comparative literature review of Community Energy in the UK, Germany and the USA, the benefits it provides for society and the barriers it faces ...and functional features of the energy system. In many countries (such as [[Germany]], where there are a significant number of community energy initiatives), s
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  • ...p. 2.</ref> [http://siebenlinden.org/ Sieben Linden Ecovillage] in Saxony, Germany, houses most of its 150 or so residents in a series of multi-occupancy stra
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  • *[https://www.ifgic.org IfGIC] - Institute for Global Integral Competence, Germany ...r Transformative Learning @ [https://visionautik.de Visionautik Akademie], Germany
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  • ...rming over 2008 (Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden) and 2009 (Germany, Australia, Denmark, France). At that point the Hubs began to get connected
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  • ...nal levels. The '''Living in Sustainable Villages''' project is run by GEN Germany in cooperation with local authorities in Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Baden
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  • * [https://www.gen-deutschland.de Global Ecovillage Network Germany]
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  • ...BEACON [45] or Three for Climate [70], municipalities from Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Romania, and Bulgaria are closely collaboratin
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  • ...States and Canada combined, 44 FPCs in the United Kingdom, and 26 FPCs in Germany. ...Milan in Italy<ref name="Forno 2016" />. Another case study in Oldenburg, Germany found that the FPC during its emerging phase provided a number of opportuni
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  • ...tes the international network, and lists on its website national groups in Germany, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Greece, Ireland, Luxembou
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  • '''Göttingen im Wandel, Germany''': "We recently held an event entitled "Building bridges to those who thin ...ise it is too late". Fear is not a good motivator''” (Transition Kulmbach, Germany)
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  • ...nding in July 2018, the project began with a kick-off meeting in Freiburg, Germany, on January 21st-23rd 2019. The project website is https://urban-arena.eu/.
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  • ....008.</ref> did managed to show, for distinct locations such as Brazil and Germany, that these soils had higher organic matter and nutrients content as well a ...Europe, this study highlighted that the CF of Sieben Linden ecovillage in Germany was only 27% of the German footprint.
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  • ...l Policy. Analysis report based on a worldwide Solution Search.''] Berlin, Germany: Rare.</ref>
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  • ...ped membership in 160 countries and has formed national networks in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, United States, Japan, Great Britain, Brazil, Kenya, South Kor
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  • '''fairNETZt Lörrach, Germany''': “A ''round table on the climate of the civilian population has gained
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  • CLIs in northern European countries (UK, Finland and Germany) consider that this innovation is at the core of their aims, while in the s
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  • ...Wissenschaftlicher Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveränderungen (Germany) (Ed.), 2011. World in transition: a social contract for sustainability. Ge ...ental impacts of 63 CLIs in six European countries (Spain, Italy, Romania, Germany, Scotland and Finland), TESS calculated carbon emissions savings against na
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  • ...wrong rules of the game" we don´t have a chance either''” (Bonn im Wandel, Germany). ...humusbildung-goettingen.de/ accessed 06/05/2021</ref>(Göttingen im Wandel, Germany).
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  • ...ces dedicated to the initiative (two in the UK, three in Finland, three in Germany, three in Italy, four in Romania), which means that their members work and/ ...ture]] (equivalent to [[AMAP]]s in France and [[Solidarlandwirtschaft]] in Germany) a relatively new model of food production and distribution that rests on c
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  • ...ted at the first [[ECOLISE General Assembly]] in January 2015 in Freiburg, Germany. In the pre-forming period in 2013, 21 organisations stepped up as co-found ...l members in Belgium, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spai
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  • ...bonnimwandel.de/corona-spueren-was-wichtig-ist/ '''Bonn im Wandel'''] e.V, Germany: “''At local level we are quite successful in telling a better narrative
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  • ...ortugal, Norway, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Latvia, Italy, Ireland, Hungary, Germany, France, Denmark, Croatia and Francophone Belgium.<ref> https://transitionn ...ovillage networks in Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Italy, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switz
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  • ...in total. RESoop.eu has ten national/ or regional associations as members: Germany, UK, Netherlands, Flanders, Walloons, Spain, France, Czech Republic and Ita
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  • ...lection procedure the project surveyed 63 initiatives in Finland, Romania, Germany, Italy, Scotland and Spain and realised that the number of beneficiaries of ...n almost equal gender balance, while in other countries (and especially in Germany and Spain) the situation is much more unbalanced. However, Romanian initiat
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[Let's Do It Germany|Germany]]
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[{{PAGENAME}} in Germany|Germany]]
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  • '''Bonn im Wandel e.V, Germany''': “''At local level we are quite successful in telling a better narrati
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  • ...r ambitious climate action,” 27 participants of local administrations from Germany, Greece, and Portugal discussed which internal structures are necessary to
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  • Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, London region, Luxembourg, Mexico, Paris re ...hical distributions of local Transition initiatives in UK (England/Wales), Germany, Italy and France, which collectively comprised 48% of known Transition ini
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  • ...ted, from 16 countries: Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingd ...the dimension of ''mutual support'', we can highlight the case of Dresden, Germany. The Municipality is putting their efforts in raising funds for civil socie
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  • ...., 2016. GLAMURS Deliverable 5.6: Case Study Report. The region of Central Germany. GLAMURS: EU FP7 SSH Call: 2013.2.1-1 - Obstacles and prospects for Sustain
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  • ...n Research as Transformative Science, 6th – 9th September 2016, Wuppertal, Germany.
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  • ...e the first certified Common Good Municipalities in Austria. In Stuttgart, Germany, two city-owned enterprises have completed Common Good Balance Sheets in 20
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  • The [[TESS Project]]'s survey of 63 CLIs in Finland, Romania, Germany, Italy, Scotland and Spain indicated that the number of beneficiaries per C
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  • ...study of several different networks of community-led initiatives in Bonn, Germany, for example, found a common factor among them to tbe an emphasis on ''salu
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  • ...superficial. A related dilemma, particularly noted by CLIs in Scotland and Germany, is that between relying on and giving responsibility to volunteers as oppo
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  • ...superficial. A related dilemma, particularly noted by CLIs in Scotland and Germany, is that between relying on and giving responsibility to volunteers as oppo
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  • ...ants from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Romania, Greece, Poland, Portugal, and Germany, this project also aims to connect the different local actors participating
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  • ...l Policy. Analysis report based on a worldwide Solution Search.''] Berlin, Germany: Rare.</ref> ...nal levels. The '''Living in Sustainable Villages''' project is run by GEN Germany in cooperation with local authorities in Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Baden
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