Fascinating peek into the world of Co-Housing from one of its founding architects… including the six defining characteristics that make it such a unique way of life. http://www.cohousingco.com/
Joshua Vial, co-founder of Enspiral, talks about the tools and techniques they use to collaboratively move companies and individuals towards shared goals.
People all around the world are combining tools in spaces designed to foster creativity. Everything from woodworking and welding to sewing and cooking is being shared as a way to build comradery, give a sense of collaborative purpose and contribute back to the larger community. Numbering only 10 in Australia at the end of 2010 the “Men’s Shed” movement has exploded to over 1500 locations worldwide… many of which (including the location featured here) have actually shed the “Men’s” portion of the name to include women and youth.
Clare Dowd, Director of The Creativity Action Institute speaks to the power of creativity to help stop genital mutilation as well as improve various other dire issues currently facing our planet.
Co-operative lawyer Tim Huet speaks to the advantages and challenges of co-operative organizations.
Shama Viola Speaks about what makes her Italian community of over 600 people work.
Julia Tate shares about her remarkable experience growing up withing a large “extended family” and how it shaped her.
Co-ownership lawyer Andrew Sirkin shares the benefits, challenges and some examples of how shared realestate can work.
John Wolfstone along with his cohorts Ian Mackenzie and Louis Fox just finished shooting a documentary film called the HEALING OF LOVE – Sex, Partnership and the Village. The interview (and soon to be film) is a fascinating peek into