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Peer Governance Models

How do you organize for wisdom? Together, Buffer, Semco, Morning Star, Valve, Zappos, Supercell, stretch across three continents, employ 100,000+ people, and bring in more than $20 billion per year. What do they have in common? They all have transitioned

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Time Banking

Time banks effectively use people’s time and talents as currency for exchanges of value. It’s been effectively used across the world to tackle explicit local issues, such as childcare provision or urban regeneration. They have been successful in delivering small

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The Ecosystemic View

Physicist Fritjof Capra writes, “Partnership is a key characteristic of life. Self-organization is a collective enterprise. We see that these principles — interdependence, network patterns, feedback loops, the cyclical flows of energy and matter, recycling, cooperation, partnership — are all

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About This Site

Cooperation 2015 started as an announcement and resource for a p2p conference that was held at the Institute of Cultural Affairs Greenrise Learning Laboratory in Chicago on February 28, 2015.

A broad spectrum of people interested in alternative economies, cooperatives, sustainability, etc. came together to share our experiences, visions, ideas and to network with each other. Documentation about the event can be found here.

Please take a look around. If this interests you, sign up for the site and we'll let you know about future events and other ways to participate.
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Check out Ted Wysocki's (the new CEO at the Institute of Cultural Affairs) blog post about Cooperation2015 on U2CANDO

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