S2E6: Ecovillages: Sustainable, Cooperative Lifestyles that Really Work

Green Grid Radio on April 24, 2013 19:04

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Tony Sirna, Stanford alum and founder of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, joined the Green Grid Radio team for a discussion about living in an intentional community, how the Dancing Rabbit community functions environmentally, socially, economically and politically, and his desire to create social change through providing a real-world example of a thriving cooperative community. Students panelists Aliza Gazek and Hannah Rich pitched in as well to talk about their experiences living in cooperative houses on campus. In Energy on the Farm, we heard from Sasha Brownsberger, co-president of the Green Living Council, a group on campus that focuses on achieving large-scale behavior change toward sustainable habits.

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