SOLUTIONS FOR ENVIRONMENT,
ECONOMY, AND DEMOCRACY
Quality of life for growing numbers of people on the planet is threatened by a set of integrated, systemic problems in the environment and our economic and political systems. The goal of the SEED project is to form an international network of scholar/activists, advocates, and practitioners who seek to address these problems in a similarly integrated fashion. We are approaching this in two ways: first, by developing an online platform that connects our participants and facilitates sharing and assessing ideas and action experiments operating in local, national and international arenas; and second, by organizing a set of in-person workshops and other meetings of participants.
Please see the following for additional information:
- The SEED Manifesto -- summarizes our analysis of the current situation and approach
- Resource Center -- a prototype version of a library of resources relevant to SEED
- SEED Workshop at the 8th International Conference on Communities & Technologies (workshop held June 2017)
- SEED Workshop at the University of Siegen, Germany (workshop held October 2017)