sustainability

Neo-nomadism, broader society and sustanaibility: drawing new scenarios

On Sunday, 6th of December, SHE is at Ganas, in Staten Island, NY. People gather in one open space to speak about how nomadism could contribute to broader society and how it could connect to respect for the environment. Following the minutes of the un-conference


4.00 pm: Open Space A How does a culture of nomadism contribute to broader society? - Daryl: It breaks down barriers that communities establish and the sense of Western individualism for a culture of sharism. - James: Nomad movement could be considered part of socialism. - Matt: Nomadism can spread through word of mouth; person to person; electronic capabilities.

S.H.E. is in NY

As a follow up of the Berlin unconference, a group of burning man and woman, people living in intentional communities, nomads, radical hosts, train-hoppers, hit-hikers and facilitators are meeting in NY to discuss abot nomad bases and sustainable nomadism. Here the program:


Friday, 4th: 19 pm Pre-meeting at Brooklyn Urban Sanctuary (Bergen Street. Walking distance from train station C, B,Q, 2, 3): Park Slope.) Participants of the gathering get to know each other: tea, and dumpster diving.


Saturday, 5th 12.00 pm: meeting Brooklyn Urban Sanctuary (778 Bergen St: map here) Nomads and long term hosts get to

S.H.E. is in NY

SHE is in NY! As a follow up of the Berlin unconference, a group of burning man and woman, people living in intentional communities, nomads, radical hosts, train-hoppers, hit-hikers and facilitators are meeting in NY to discuss abot nomad bases and sustainable nomadism. Here the program:


Friday, 4th: 19 pm Pre-meeting at Brooklyn Urban Sanctuary (Bergen Street. Walking distance from train station C, B,Q, 2, 3): Park Slope.) Participants of the gathering get to know each other: tea, and dumpster diving.


Saturday, 5th 12.00 pm: meeting Brooklyn Urban Sanctuary (778 Bergen St: map here) Nomads and long term hosts get to

Making a nomad base function sustainably

Making a nomad base function sustainably seems to involve several things. The people that come - through various networks, mostly nomads arrive, but sometimes "mainstream" people find us, people who don't immediately fit in. The cool thing is that once they arrive, they either don't cut it and leave, in a natural way, or they learn. They grow, they participate, they become nomads. At least in philosophy. Necessary for this is long-term "hosts." These are the people that already know how the nomad base operates, and continuously provide an example for new arrivals. A sustainable cycle is then set in place.

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