Gleanings

[Editor's note: GEO member Cadwell Turnbull has written before about the need to incorporate cooperatives and collective action into fiction and drama. in this short story, recently published in The Verge, Cadwell does just that.]

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The second international conference “Social Solidarity Economy and the Commons” will be a meeting point for researchers, activists, public officials and social entrepreneurs involved in social and solidarity economy, governance of the commons and new social movements in different parts of the world.

Since 2011 I have been working almost full time on collaborative projects, with open and decentralized organizations. I can say that I've seen it all, but I am still trying to make sense of it all.

In a first-of-its-kind meeting, member-owners, trustees and activists from New Mexico and Colorado rural electric cooperatives discussed renewable energy and their co-ops’ working relationship with Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association.

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Delta-Montrose Electric Association officials announced Dec. 6 plans to get out of their contract with Tri-State in order to pursue cheaper renewable energy projects

Saskatoon Co-op says more of its striking employees are putting down the picket signs and heading back to work. Over the last week, the company says 12 more employees have gone back to work after picketing for the last three months. Co-op says those who have continued to work through the strike or have returned to work, numbers more than 200.

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