Talk:Solidarity movement and solidarity economy in Greece

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further sources to include

  • papers from Christos
  • other degrowth material
  • The potential importance of initiatives of this type in times of crises as shown by experiences from Greece following. Although the first CSA initiatives in Greece were founded in 1995 the great boom happened after 2010 in response to the crisis.
Although the legal status of CSA in Greece is unclear which leads to a relatively slow development of CSA initiatives, there is a “surge of citizens’ groups trying to tackle food in different ways, (... like) box-schemes, collective-buying groups, no-intermediaries markets, social solidarity grocery stores, non-profit supermarkets, with very few known initiatives (seven) providing food for up to 2.400 people during 2015.[1] 

--Tom Henfrey (talk) 18:14, 15 June 2018 (UTC)

  1. Volz, P., Weckenbrock, P., Cressot, N. & Parot, J., 2016. Overview of Community Supported Agriculture in Europe