Sister Projects

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Sister Projects in this context are all non-RBE and non-RBE-like ecological projects that exist in the world and share elements in common with RBE objectives or values. The purpose of this page is learning from their features, qualities, similarities and differences, successes and failures, experiences, contact details, history, etc. This page is most valuable in conjunction with the Technical Resources page.

Contents

[edit] Listings of Sister Projects

[edit] Global

http://www.griffith.edu.au/environment-planning-architecture/griffith-school-environment/staff/dr-william-james-bill-metcalf

[edit] Europe

[edit] Denmark

  • Christiania
  • Gaia Trust - http://www.gaia.org/
    • Charitable entity supporting sustainabilty projects around the world

[edit] Britain

[edit] Germany

[edit] Greece

[edit] Italy

  • Beppe Grillo

[edit] Romania

[edit] Spain

  • Mondragon Community

[edit] Middle East

[edit] United Arab Emirates

  • Masda City, Abu Dhabi - [[1]]

[edit] Israel

[edit] South Asia

[edit] India


[edit] Central America

  • ecoaldea alborada
  • Ecoaldea pachamama
  • Ecoaldea.com ecosalvia
  • Yacu yura eco village
  • Sat yoga
  • Ecoaldea chilam balam
  • Eco portal.net

[edit] Costa Rica

[edit] South America

[edit] Chile

[edit] Colombia

  • Eco Aldea Feliz

[edit] Peru

  • Kadagaya - http://www.kadagaya.org
    • A community started in 2014 implementing and evaluating the concepts and tehnologies an a resource-based economy.

[edit] North America

  • Federation of Egalitarian Communities - http://thefec.org/
    • The Federation of Egalitarian Communities is a network of communal groups spread across North America. We range in size and emphasis from small agricultural homesteads to village-like communities to urban group houses.

[edit] United States of America

[edit] Oceania

[edit] Australia

[edit] New Zealand

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