Our Action Resources are designed to provide a better understanding of the “big picture” of how the global economy impacts society and the environment. As part of our overall strategy of “education for action“, these resources help to translate understanding into activism.
In these pages, you’ll find resources that will give you a deeper understanding of globalization and localization. You’ll also find lots of information on ways to get involved in the growing global-to-local movement.
- Links: Links to organizations and initiatives that resist the process of globalization and renew local economies and communities. Use this list to discover, support, and join some of them!
- Get Organized: Join the movement for economic change as citizens, as local food producers, as small business owners and as workers.
Generate Alternatives: Across the world people are actively creating viable local alternatives to globalization. This page provides links to support independent businesses, community banks, local currencies and other projects, and to help rebuild local food systems and local power.
- Become a Policy Changer: A list of key online resources for exploring the kind of policy changes needed to renew local prosperity, worldwide.
- Films for Change: An extensive list of films and documentaries covering topics like climate change, ecovillages, consumer culture, food systems, agriculture, and more.
- Recommended Readings: A list of books and reports about localization, globalization, economic development, agriculture, cultural development and Ladakh.
- Independent Media Sources: News sources that can be trusted to give a reasoned, accurate critique of the global economy and to inspire you with real-life stories of positive change.