Mar
26
2021
Sophie Paterson

Craft in a crisis: helping heritage crafts come back from the brink

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Posted Mar 26 2021 by Sophie Paterson of Lowimpact.org
Helping heritage crafts : basketmaking

With a host of already endangered heritage crafts at even greater risk as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, what does the future hold and how can we play a part in helping heritage crafts survive and even thrive? Sophie Paterson explores. Read more …

Mar
21
2021
Dave Darby

New money stories: the eleven dollar bill

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Posted Mar 21 2021 by Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org

I’m writing a book – published by Chelsea Green next January – about the possibility of building a new economy around a moneyless, mutual credit core, at a time when money is going to be scarce. I’m often told that the best way to get new ideas across is with a story. Read more …

Mar
18
2021
Sarah Young

A beginners’ guide to farmers’ markets: Part 2

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Posted Mar 18 2021 by Sarah Young of Ethical.net
A beginners' guide to farmers' markets : Part 2 - what to expect

In the second instalment of A beginners’ guide to farmers’ markets, Elizabeth Waddington of Ethical.net explores how to find and what to expect at your local farmers’ market, as well as how to ensure your shop is as affordable as possible. Read more …

Mar
10
2021
Sarah Young

A beginners’ guide to farmers’ markets: Part 1

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Posted Mar 10 2021 by Sarah Young of Ethical.net
Farmers' markets

Not sure how to make the most of your local farmers’ market? In the first part of A beginners’ guide to farmers’ markets, Elizabeth Waddington of Ethical.net sets out how and why shopping at your local farmers’ market can make a real and positive difference. Read more …

Mar
7
2021
Dave Darby

Incredible new research: how small businesses can be saved post-Covid

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Posted Mar 7 2021 by Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org
Mutual credit for small businesses post-Covid

It seems pretty obvious that there’s a giant economic slump on the way that’s going to sweep away millions of small and medium-sized businesses around the world, so that Amazon can step in to continue to try to take over the entire global economy. Read more …

Mar
3
2021
Sophie Paterson

In praise of the compost toilet: why I love compost loos

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Posted Mar 3 2021 by Sophie Paterson of Lowimpact.org
In praise of compost toilets: why I love compost loos

In praise of the compost toilet, Lowimpact.org’s Sophie Paterson shares her love of compost loos, showcasing their versatility and practicality with a rundown of her favourites through the years. Read more …

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