In 2008, an interviewer admitted to Alfie Kohn that she considers herself a competitive person. “As long as you acknowledge that’s a problem to be solved; it’s not a good thing about us,” he responded. Read more »
Q: What are ways that nonprofit organizations can benefit from sharing… without losing autonomy?
Recently, I picked up a flyer for a theater company requesting a unique kind of donation: storage space. Read more »
Joel Salatin, a self-described "Christian-conservative-libertarian-environmentalist-capitalist-lunatic farmer,” is running a 550-acre farm that is so self-sustaining he's never bought seeds, fertilizers, chemicals, plows, or silos. Read more »
The sharing economy offers a higher quality of life at dramatically lower economic and environmental cost. But in an economy where we share houses, cars, money, and work with strangers, how do we decide who to trust? Read more »