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A POST CARBON GUIDE Relocalize Now! Getting Ready for Climate Change and the End of Cheap Oil by Julian Darley, David Room, and Celine Rich New Society Publishers, Autumn 2005

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A POST CARBON GUIDE Relocalize Now! Getting Ready for Climate Change and the End of Cheap Oil Chapter 8 Community Supported Manufacturing

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Relocalizing

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Relocalizing implies an arrival to group confidence rather than corporate consistence and reliance;

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Relocalizing implies an arrival to group independence rather than corporate consistence and reliance; has towns, towns, urban areas, provinces, and districts see their motivation as provisioning themselves with their center requirements for strong merchandise and nourishment —

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Relocalizing implies an arrival to group confidence rather than corporate consistence and reliance; has towns, towns, urban areas, regions, and locales see their motivation as provisioning themselves with their center requirements for solid products and sustenance — and at exactly that point searching further away from home for what can\'t undoubtedly be delivered locally.

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Barriers to relocalizing

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Barriers to relocalizing Loss of learning Loss of foundation Loss of devices

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Barriers to relocalizing Loss of information Loss of base Loss of instruments in nourishment generation, as cultivating turned into the control of a minority;

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Barriers to relocalizing Loss of learning Loss of base Loss of apparatuses in sustenance creation, as cultivating turned into the control of a minority; in assembling capacity, as globalization of creation made particular focuses of assembling.

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Parallel open framework

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Parallel open base Will happen in the push to almost thoroughly revamp the present base;

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Parallel open foundation Will come to fruition in the push to almost absolutely redo the present base; Will be a framework to incorporate the numerous divergent endeavors that are currently beginning to connect the move, the " carbon gorge; "

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Parallel open base Will come to fruition in the push to about thoroughly change the present base; Will be a framework to coordinate the numerous different endeavors that are currently beginning to connect the move, the " carbon gap; " Will require preparing, examination, learning, vitality, and neighborhood coin;

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Parallel open base Will likewise require the dynamic and delayed money related backing of the group, as in group bolstered horticulture (CSA);

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Parallel open base Will likewise require the dynamic and delayed budgetary backing of the group, as in group upheld agribusiness (CSA); Will envelop a blend of proprietorship structures

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Parallel open base Will likewise require the dynamic and delayed monetary backing of the group, as in group upheld farming (CSA); Will include a blend of possession structures from city possession and operation through cooperatives and common guide associations to privately-run companies and other littler, privately claimed firms.

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Transition = Compromise

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Transition = Compromise The moves to a post-carbon world and low-affect human culture will require trade off.

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Transition = Compromise The moves to a post-carbon world and low-affect human culture will require bargain We wear " t know how short nor how unexpected the move, the " carbon abyss, " will be.

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Transition = Compromise The moves to a post-carbon world and low-affect human culture will require trade off We wear " t know how short nor how unexpected the move, the " carbon abyss, " will be. We should accept a center way in regards to the move — that it is agonizing yet conceivable to " get off " huge vitality, especially fossil fills.

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Transition = Compromise We would like to stay away from the most difficult move by considering, arranging, activity.

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Transition = Compromise We want to stay away from the most difficult move by considering, arranging, activity. Since we are so over-populated thus reliant on outside vitality, we can\'t others consciously simply quit utilizing all outer vitality —

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Transition = Compromise We would like to stay away from the most agonizing move by considering, arranging, activity. Since we are so over-populated thus subject to outside vitality, we can\'t altruistically simply quit utilizing all outer vitality nor rapidly lessen the measure of nourishment that we are creating.

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Transition = Compromise We would like to stay away from the most excruciating move by considering, arranging, activity. Since we are so over-populated thus reliant on outside vitality, we can\'t compassionately simply quit utilizing all outer vitality nor rapidly lessen the measure of nourishment that we are creating. We need to work out move methodologies that assess our present position and populace.

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Transition = Compromise We " ll need to proceed with some little to-medium-scale motorized creation —

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Transition = Compromise We " ll need to proceed with some little to-medium-scale automated generation — creating nearby assembling to deliver and repair a portion of the necessities of life.

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Transition = Compromise We " ll need to proceed with some little to-medium-scale motorized generation, creating neighborhood assembling to deliver and repair a portion of the necessities of life. Relocalized assembling is then, from the beginning, a trade off.

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Transition = Compromise We " ll need to proceed with some little to-medium-scale motorized creation, creating nearby assembling to deliver and repair a portion of the necessities of life. Relocalized assembling is then, from the start, a bargain. Medium-scale mechanical generation will be required until our populace is at the earth " s conveying limit.

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Transition = Compromise A viable move system implies group upheld fabricating, CSM , alongside relocalized sustenance creation.

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Transition = Compromise A viable move technique implies group upheld fabricating, CSM , alongside relocalized nourishment creation. Relocalizing creation implies an inversion of many years of worldwide financial approach and the modifying of provincial supply lines.

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Transition = Compromise A functional move methodology implies group upheld fabricating, CSM , alongside relocalized sustenance creation. Relocalizing creation implies an inversion of many years of worldwide financial strategy and the remaking of local supply lines. The points of interest will be created after some time as we come back to nearby independence.

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Community-bolstered fabricating CSM

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Community-upheld producing, CSM, will include considering vitality all the way, both for all intents and purposes and hypothetically.

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What ought to Community Supported Manufacturing focus on making? We have to make what is important for our day by day needs.

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What ought to Community Supported Manufacturing focus on making? We have to make what is vital for our every day needs. To distinguish what is important, envision that your town is cut off for a week from outside correspondence, from outside vitality . . . . .

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power;

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power; Machines which store the reaped vitality;

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power; Machines which store the collected vitality; Devices which warm water utilizing direct sun oriented beams;

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power; Machines which store the gathered vitality; Devices which warm water utilizing direct sun oriented beams; Ways to pipe and store water;

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power; Machines which store the gathered vitality; Devices which warm water utilizing direct sun powered beams; Ways to pipe and store water; Small, light electric vehicles;

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The CSM essentials Machines which harvest vitality to make power; Machines which store the collected vitality; Devices which warm water utilizing direct sun based beams; Ways to pipe and store water; Small, light electric vehicles; Tools for developing our own particular sustenance and for different evident neighborhood claims to fame that require instruments.

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The CSM workshops Fabrication: making the things that last Fire: high-temperature operations Fiber: fabric, dress, rope, paper Food Fuels and substance responses Fixing: repairing and looking after

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The Fabrication Workshops: making the things that last are the place completed, tough products will be composed, refined, machined, made, amassed and tried; should begin little and be precisely arranged; will be a wellspring of apprenticeships and job.

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The Fabrication Workshops: making the things that last will make gadgets for vitality gathering, including little turbines for water or wind; sunlight based PV gadgets — albeit because of the many-sided quality of production, these gadgets won " t be among the initially endeavored. will outline vitality stockpiling, including factory lakes ; batteries .

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The Fabrication Workshops: making the things that last will make gadgets for transport, including little, light electric vehicles , which can be charged from our neighborhood vitality reaping gadgets, which don\'t rely on upon the primary network, and which use batteries; metal-rail electric cable cars , which use power effectively, and needn\'t bother with batteries.

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The Fabrication Workshops: making the things that last Will make fundamental