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Latest posts from Share The World's Resources

Read below the most recent content from STWR that includes our editorials, articles, book publications and events. Additional guest content can be viewed by clicking 'latest posts' on the main menu above. To keep informed of our activities, please sign up to our newsletter here

Article / 16th January 2015

Wie können wir zu der Erkenntnis gelangen, dass Teilen die Lösung für eine planetare Krise ist, und unsere einzig noch verbleibende Hoffnung für die Sanierung einer geteilten Welt? Diese Frage ist bei der Betrachtung der Ismen von zentraler Bedeutung, denn wir haben unsere Selbstgefälligkeit intellektualisiert, um sie als normal zu rechtfertigen.

Article / 1st December 2014

Das System, dem wir die Schuld für unsere Probleme auf der Welt in die Schuhe schieben, wird von uns, von Ihnen und mir gebildet. Das wird besonders deutlich sichtbar zur Weihnachtszeit, wenn wir im Namen Jesu in den Geschäften unsere fragile Erde ausplündern, schreibt Mohammed Mesbahi.

Article / 30th May 2014

STWR has published various resources over recent months and years that outline how authentic forms of sharing relate to the political and economic challenges of the 21st century. Many of these blogs, articles or reports relate directly to the sharing economy, a selection of which are collated here according to four broad subheadings.

Article / 1st November 2013

Se ci interessa mettere fine al perenne crimine della fame nel mezzo dell'abbondanza, non possiamo limitare le nostre azioni al livello del nostro paese o communità. Invece, dobbiamo pensare alla condivisione del cibo in termini globali e soprattutto in relazione alle politiche per mettere fine alla fame.

Article / 16th April 2010

Recent empirical studies suggest that people, far from being self-interested ‘rational maximizers’, have an innate tendency to share and cooperate. Could renewed scientific interest in the essence of human nature provide the building blocks for an alternative economic order? By Alexia Eastwood.

Article / 2nd April 2009

The priority given to short term growth in mainstream economics undermines the Earth's ability to maintain its ecological balance and neglects the principle of fairness in the distribution of resources, according to the new book ‘Right Relationship'. A review by Alexia Eastwood.

Article / 9th February 2009

Sharing the land and resources of the world more equally is the basis for the ‘Next World Economy’ founded upon comprehensive tax reform and Earth Rights Democracy, says a new book by Alanna Hartzok. Review by Alexia Eastwood.