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Sharing 40.2

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It’s the secret ingredient to building better communities, a stronger economy and a healthier planet – and the cultural shift we’ve been waiting for. Every time we choose not to go it alone, we get a better grip on how to move forward.

It’s the secret ingredient to building better communities, a stronger economy and a healthier planet – and the cultural shift we’ve been waiting for. Every time we choose not to go it alone, we get a better grip on how to move forward.

“The sharing economy is based on the simple fact that ownership isn’t required to get the benefits of a service or product. As some sharing proponents put it, you want the hole, not the drill.”
– Contributor Ray Tomalty in Ours is Better Than Yours

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Read select features online

There’s lots more in print! Order now for all of this + what’s online:

Letters to the Editor
In Brief: Research Digest; Four Pillars of Prosperity, The Forest’s Next Move

The Ice Wall Cometh – Janet Kimantas
A 150-year-old remediation technology is being used to deal with the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Features: Sharing

Pop-Up Park Rangers – Noelle Stapinsky
Neighbourhood yards & pockets of concrete are being recast as Canada’s first Homegrown National Park.

Please Share – nik harron
A pull-out centerfold poster shows what happened when we discovered that the British Library shared its imagery. 
+ Explore the interactive version 

Change Agents – Eric Rumble
A network-building movement is making a no-brainer business case for cutting GHGs.
+ A set of three bonus videos

Mending Boundaries – Anne Steino
How three African countries are overcoming tensions between parkland conservation, threatened wildlife and humans on the periphery.

Time to Share – Joe Pavelka
An encounter with the Amazon’s uncontacted peoples and the harsh realities of neocolonial encroachment.

Columns

Andrew Nikiforuk’s The Energy Matrix
Huffing & Puffing: The quest to mine bitumen with steam is quietly spelling disaster.

Robert Gibson’s What’s The Big Idea?
Kuznets: The great economist’s beguiling curves have not aged well.
+ Sustainable Growth? A blog series exploring infinite economic growth.

In Review

Implementing the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Rian Allen & Philippa Campsie, Neptis Foundation – Reviewed by Ray Tomalty
Slow Food Story, directed by Stefano Sardo – Reviewed by Julie Bélanger
We Animals, Jo-Anne McArthur – Reviewed by Elizabeth Claire Alberts
+ Bonus photo gallery and Q&A with Jo-Anne McArthur online

+ There’s more on sharing over on the blogs: second-hand shoppingopen dataeffective collaboration and some sharing examples in action.

Here’s what’s online: