In response to my earlier posting about Localization, Bob Banner, publisher / editor of HopeDance sent me an email noting that Julian Darley was the founder and director of the Post Carbon Institute. While James Howard Kunstler was an Institute Fellow, he has his own website that covers a wide range of related topics. Please note that my 6 July posting is now updated to reflect this correction.
Bob also mentioned in his email that Issue 62 of Hope Dance Magazine 1 is “…a special issue we did on RELOCALIZATION that features BALLE, Judy Wicks, the PCI, Michael Shuman’s Small-Marts, Local Living Economies, Bill McKibben, many book ad film reviews, a LOCALIZATION FILM FESTIVAL and more.. all in a tabloid of 56 pages.” If you are interested in Localization, you will find this issue chock-full of useful information that can be quickly applied in a wide range of localities. Take a look!
In addition, he printed an extra 2,000 copies that are available in lots of 50 for $25, which includes shipping. If you be interested in hard copies for local distribution, please contact Bob and Hope Dance at this embedded link.
Originally posted to New Media Explorer by Steve Bosserman on Sunday, July 8, 2007
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