Global Shifts in Land holding Practices (2)
Part 1 of this article discussed the status quo of the global landscape, and revealed two main lessons: First, ownership and use of land need to be seen as separate entities, independent of its market value.
14 Feb 2019
Report out: digital social innovation for sustainability
For the DSI4EU project, we researched large community of DSI projects that seek to tackle environmental issues using digital technologies.
31 Jan 2019
Chamber of Commons at Global Landscapes Forum
Exciting examples of sustainable landscape management occur when governments, private organisations and civil society organisations work together to establish and finance new courses of action. There is a great flurry of new arrangements observing to these ‘landscape commons’.
5 Dec 2018
Global shifts in land holding practices (1)
This discussion revisits the commons perspective on land ownership and use, with the community – for example in CSA, cooperatives, networks or land trusts – as a collective land holding construct offering reliable long-term solutions.
30 Nov 2018
Lines in the clay
Rising prices intensify the use of land, which in turn puts pressure on the soil and on the landscape. A conversation about new forms of land ownership with two senior officials of Kadaster, the Dutch land registrar.
28 Nov 2018
The slight unease of parleying with crayfish
From dusty droughts to pouring rains: our climate is changing, and we need to develop a different relationship with the natural commons. “Politics of Nature” is a method, a game with which a stronger democratic legitimacy can be created in which not only people, but also plants, animals and buildings can raise their voices.
27 Nov 2018
A better food supply chain with blockchain?
And if not blockchain, what other options could we imagine to restore trust and design participatory models in the food system?
22 Nov 2018