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World Futures 65 (5):365-371 (2009)
|Abstract||Humankind has reached a crossroad. If we do not learn to live in a more sparing, modest, and sustainable way, then we die. There are a number of condensation points of a future life-form all over the world—they are called ecovillages. Ecovillages have lived a sort of closed way of life—they were the laboratory of a future sustainable society. The “in vitro” experiments cannot be sustained any more. Ecovillages must open up their activities, they must act “in vivo,” and their results must be spread and utilized in the neighborhood|
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