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Chapter 18 further develops the ideas presented in Chapter 17 by focusing on the social dynamics of ‘community’—where, through truly listening and relating, we can tap the resource of our humanity and build this into the reference point for economic action. At heart is the quote used at the start of the book, “We used to live in a Society. Now, we live in an Economy.” The objective of ‘The Kyoto Manifesto’ is to re-assert society rather than economy as our frame for action and meanings, so this Chapter explores the key qualities of ‘community’, and then demonstrates through practical case studies the wider change dynamic of ‘global localism’.
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