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    A ‘Transcender Manifesto’ for a world beyond capitalism. A seed.

    Dil Green 28-Mar-2024

    Dil Green is a founder member of Mutual Credit Services, who are working with Stroud Commons to design models for the commons economy for various sectors of the economy. This article first appeared on his blog 5 years ago, but it’s so relevant to the current commons movement, that we’re re-posting it here. Read more

    Festival of Commoning, Stroud, Gloucs, Sep 13-15, 2024

    Dil Green 01-Mar-2024

    A Festival of Commoning in the UK: Stroud, Gloucestershire, September 13/14/15 2024. The time is right for a Festival of the Commons. Read more

    How to build an energy commons

    Dil Green 26-Oct-2023

    This is a draft outline of a design for an energy commons in any town – an energy sector owned by communities, providing affordable, locally-generated, renewable energy. Read more

    More on the money problem: it doesn’t have to be ‘scarce’

    Dil Green 07-Aug-2023

    Following on from a recent post by Tom Greco, on the essential nature of money, Dil Green of Lowimpact.org and Mutual Credit Services here talks about its apparent scarcity, how that negatively affects our communities and our well-being, and how it could be different – based on mutual credit and the commons economy. Read more

    Commons housing: another brief explainer, this time by Dil Green

    Dil Green 29-Jan-2023

    Brief introduction to a new model of commons housing to replace the current, broken housing market. Read more

    Two planks – and a bridge – to the new economy

    Dil Green 12-Dec-2020

    This article accompanies and enlarges upon the interview with Dil Green that we published recently, as part of series of articles on a forthcoming book about building a new economy around a mutual credit core. Read more

    Mutual credit clubs: an introduction, with Dil Green

    Dil Green 06-Dec-2020

    Dil Green had the original idea for ‘mutual credit clubs’ that can federate to create a new global trading system. He’s brought together a group of people to form Mutual Credit Services (MCS) to start to build this federation (new website coming soon). Read more

    The Money and Society MOOC — and my subsequent adventures in mutual credit

    Dil Green 19-Jul-2020

    The Money & Society MOOC was launched by Matthew Slater and Jem Bendell in 2014. In four dense but perfectly assimilable 2-hour videos, it blows open your understanding of economics, in an incredibly liberating and empowering way. Read more

    Community wealth building & mutual credit: a match made in heaven?

    Dil Green 25-May-2020

    This is the third in a series of articles about community wealth building and mutual credit, by Dave Darby and Dil Green of Lowimpact.org and the Open Credit Network. Read more

    Covid-19 Mutual Aid Groups should look to Mutual Credit for economic resilience

    Dil Green 22-Mar-2020

    This is the second in a series of articles this week about how mutual credit can help us get through the economic problems caused by the corona virus. The main points to get across are: There’s going to be a shortage of money. Mutual credit is a moneyless trading system. That’s it! Mutual credit can… Continue reading Covid-19 Mutual Aid Groups should look to Mutual Credit for economic resilience Read more

    Moving towards post-capitalism, or: why I’m working on mutual credit

    Dil Green 05-May-2019

    Looking ahead to a future post-capitalism, Dil Green of NonCorporate.org shares how and why he’s working on mutual credit as one of its core pillars. This piece was originally published on the blog ‘Digital Anthropology‘. Read more

    A ‘Transcender Manifesto’ for a world beyond capitalism

    Dil Green 17-Mar-2019

    Dil Green shares a Transcender Manifesto for groups to develop networks of transcendent social relations for a world beyond capitalism. Read more

    How do we build a new, non-extractive economy? Dil Green of Lowimpact.org

    Dil Green 03-Feb-2019

    How can we build a new, non-extractive economy? Dave Darby interviews Lowimpact.org’s Dil Green to find out. Read more

    We’re launching a national mutual credit scheme and here’s why we’d like you to join

    Dil Green 28-Oct-2018

    We’re working with other groups, including Open.coop, the Credit Commons Collective and author Tom Greco to build a UK-wide mutual credit network. Read more

    There’s a crash coming – a slap from Mother Nature. This isn’t pessimistic; it’s realistic.

    The human impact on nature and on each other is accelerating and needs systemic change to reverse.

    We’re not advocating poverty, or a hair-shirt existence. We advocate changes that will mean better lives for almost everyone.

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