Intermunicipal cooperation is famously difficult around here. Many have tried and failed. That’s not an option this time. There is too much at stake.
Several great quotes in this article/interview. One of my favorites: “Building trust is a really important thing. And it sounds so low tech. Don’t we need an app? Don’t we need a lot of money? Yeah, you do, you will need those things. But if you don’t have trust among the people in that network, it’s not going to work. And building trust is an old, slow, hard human skill.”
It’s time to change our lifestyle and experiment alternative ways of staying together. Get motivated reading this catalogue of projects and actions and share your own experience.
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