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Welcome to the Common Good Awareness Project

Land is not a commodity for thoes who can afford it or who “owns” it. This earth is a country, we are a sovereign nation, nobody owns it or we all own it.

Reclaiming the Commons should be part of our  hope of achieving a decent life

The commons not only in terms of the earth we walk on, the air we breath and the sky above us. But the commons of people, the commons of knowledge, the common interests that need to be acnowledged, consolidated, and shaped if we (the human population of earth) are to challenge that which is destroying any hope of that life for the majority. Or even worse the capability of nuclear destruction that will render even hope useless.

We have every right to be frightened, but every right to be hopeful if the work we do points towards expresseing a compelling story and vision that is capable of not only describing an alternative but ways of developing and organising one together in the work we are doing in the present. 

So we looked at three things

What we already have in our historical commons and public assets and how to use them.

2. How to define the critical connections between activities and issues to create the essential solidarity for the work ahead.

3. Finding vehicles for involvement (Tardis) that can be fun while nudging folk towards a better understanding of the important parts they could play if change is to succeed.

Helping to open the source to resources that have been secreted and lost from view
by the rentier, landlords and the state

Scottish Commons


Build a tardis and learn about the commons and the world.

The need  to watch common good assets

Selection of Common Good related videos

£300,000,000 for the common good, probably more

There is always a choice

Exploitation  dignity    centralized control  democratic decision making    commodifcation  sacredness    privatization  the global commons    corporatization  collective responsibility    shareholders  stakeholders    output  throughput    disposable  renewable    mechanistic models organic models    information wisdom    productivity prosperity    consumers citizens    spectator  participant    global economy local economies    extraction restoration    monoculture diversity transferrable wealth replenishable wealth    property ecosystem    alienation from nature earth centered values    absentee landlordism stewardship    ecological illiteracy biocentrism    proxy decision making real democracy    short term gain sustainability    narrow economic indicators full cost accounting    artifcial scarcity abundance    inequitable distribution economic justice    corporate rule global justice    empire community    The System systemic change       
From: Journal of Aesthetics & Protest

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