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We compare village life as we envisage it in a sustainable world to life in the Industrial Capitalist City

We compare village life as we envisage it in a sustainable world to life in the Industrial Capitalist City

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  • Eco-villageculture
    & industrialeconomy city culture
    … a comparison
  • In the industrialeconomy city people live in buildingsbuilt from materials from afar by facelessworkers
  • In the ecovillage, people live in buildingsbuilt from local material by themselvestogether with local experts
  • Industrial economy city food is pre-prepared and packaged with a wideamount of choiceyear round.
  • In the eco-village, muchfood in producedlocally, usedfresh and is seasonal
  • In the industrialeconomythingscome from afaralonglengthysupplychains, fossil and mineral fueled
  • In the eco-village, local people provide goods and services by refininglocal materials
  • In the industrialeconomy city you interact seldom with people who live near you
  • In the eco-villageeveryone talks to everyone
  • In the industrialeconomy city people buywhattheyneed from people theydo not know in shops owned by people far away
  • In the eco-village people buywhattheyneed from localstheyknow in shops locallyowned
  • In the industrialeconomy city high activity levels go on day and night
  • In the eco-village, life follows the rhythms of nature
  • In the industrialeconomy city familiesgather to be entertained and informed by the mass media
  • In the eco-village people make theirownentertainment
  • In the industrialeconomy city you get a pleasure kick from surroundingyourself with luxurygoods
  • In the eco-villageyou get life’ssimple pleasures
  • In the industrialeconomy city you have a detachedrelationship to your urine and faeces
  • In the eco-village you know your urine and faeces are used as fertilser and that they are part of a naturalcycle
  • The industrialeconomy city gathers a minorityelite to make decisionsabout your life
  • In the eco-village, major decisions are madetogether, sitting in a circle, with everybody’s opinion heard.
  • Work in the industrialeconomy city requires you use your free time to keepfit
  • In the eco-village, there is a lot of low-impactphysical work that people dotogether, keepingthem in trim.
  • People in the industrialeconomy city measuretheirwealth by howmuchmoneytheir assets are worth
  • In the eco-village, wealth is measured as the capability of the village’s assets to provide life’sneccesities, including social cohesion
  • This is work in the industrialeconomy city
  • In the eco-village, people work to live, not live to work
  • In the industrialeconomy city, beingenvironmentalmeansbeing ”less bad”
  • In the eco-village you focus on havingnaturedo as much work as possible
  • In the industrialeconomy city, gathering and recycling materials takes a lot of energy and work
  • In the eco-village, materials are used and recycledconstantly as waste from one process is direct input to another
  • You leave the industrialeconomy city to get away for a vacation, often from an airport.
  • In the eco-villagecancanhave a great hoidaywithoutgoinganywhere
  • The industrialeconomy city surrounds you with advertisingmessages
  • The eco-villagesurrounds you in naturalbeauty
  • The industrialeconomy city has foodgrown on large, fossil-fueled farms, oftenusingpoorly-paidlabour
  • The eco-villagepays farmers a goodwage and everyone is involved in chemical-freefoodproduction
  • Whichever you choose,
    Get involved to make it work foryou and coming generations
    http://openworldvillages.com