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Examples of this pattern in action:

Tahoma Food System
The Tahoma Food System was formed in 1997 when farmers, gardeners, government, food bank staff, and environmentally conscious people came together to ensure the viability of existing community food projects, create new projects, and to develop community awareness of the value of supporting the local food system.

Mercy Corps
Mercy Corps is a not-for-profit organization that exists to alleviate suffering, poverty, and oppression by helping people build secure, productive, and just communities. The agency now operates in more than 25 countries reaching 5 million people worldwide. With headquarters in the United States and Scotland, Mercy Corps is an international family of humanitarian organizations that includes Mercy Corps, Mercy Corps Scotland, Pax World Service in Washington, DC, Proyecto Aldea Global in Honduras, Proyecto Aldea Global Jinotega in Nicaragua, and MerciPhil Development Foundation in the Philippines.


Organizations whose work incorporate this pattern:

Community Food Security Coalition

Reach Community Development, Inc.


References:

Graham, Kennedy, ed. The Planetary Interest: A New Concept for the Global Age. Rutgers University Press. Piscataway, NJ. 1999.

Klare, Michael T. Resource Wars: The New Landscape of Global Conflict. Metropolitan Books. New York, NY. 2001.


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Pattern Index

A Conservation Economy

Social Capital

Fundamental Needs

Subsistence Rights

Shelter For All

Health

Access To Knowledge

Community

Social Equity

Security

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Preservation

Sense Of Place

Beauty And Play

Just Transitions

Civic Society

Natural Capital

Ecological Land-Use

Connected Wildlands

Core Reserves

Wildlife Corridors

Buffer Zones

Productive Rural Areas

Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Forestry

Sustainable Fisheries

Ecotourism

Compact Towns And Cities

Human-Scale Neighborhoods

Green Building

Transit Access

Ecological Infrastructure

Urban Growth Boundaries

Ecosystem Services

Watershed Services

Soil Services

Climate Services

Biodiversity

Economic Capital

Household Economies

Green Business

Long-Term Profitability

Community Benefit

Green Procurement

Renewable Energy

Sustainable Materials Cycles

Resource Efficiency

Waste As Resource

Product As Service

Local Economies

Value-Added Production

Rural-Urban Linkages

Local Assets

Bioregional Economies

Fair Trade

True Cost Pricing

Product Labeling