Game changer #10: Land use beyond the rules of market and state

What if we no longer take the growth of the economy as the ultimate goal, but for example solidarity, circularity or the assurance that we can still breathe in 2090? In other words, what if we change the rules of the game?

In the blog series game changers we talk to artists, musicians and change makers who do things differently. We ask them: 'What new rules are needed for an open, fair and inclusive future?' Today we speak with Damaris Matthijsen, founder of Economy Transformers and author of the book Free, Equal & Living Together: Directions to a Human and Earth Worthy Society. She sees a future in land use through a Community Land Trust.

Read the interview in Dutch.

This blog is part of the Public Civil Cooperation project, where Waag investigates how governments and citizens' initiatives can work together better in the future.

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Gijs Boerwinkel

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Deze activiteit is (mede)gefinancierd met de PPS-toeslag van het Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat vanuit CLICKNL. CLICKNL is het topconsortium voor Kennis en Innovatie (TKI) van de creatieve industrie.