Alastair Fuad-Luke, Amber Hickey, Ana Malalan, Andreas Unteidig, Andrew Gryf Paterson, Anja-Lisa Hirscher, Anna Richter, Ben Pohl, Ben Becker, Antonia Schui, Bernd Kniess, Bianca Herlo, Cecilia Palmer, Christina Nägele, Christopher Laumanns, Cindy Kohtala, Claudia Garduño, David Bollier, Daphne Büllesbach, Cordula Andrä, Diana Krabbendam, Elisa Garrote-Gasch, Eric Schuldenfrei, Marisa Yiu, Florian Sametinger, Francesca Weber- Newth, Isolde Nagel, Frauke Hehl, Frigga Haug, Harald Gruendl, Gesche Joost, Gabi Sobliye, Jennifer Schubert, Joel Rosenberg, John A. Harris, Katharina Moebus, Luisa Maria Schweizer, Lisa Gutermuth, Malin Bäckman, Marco Kellhammer, Marcin Jakubowski, Malte Bergmann, Martin Parker, Maya Indira Ganesh, Michel Bauwens, Otto von Busch, Sam Muirhead, Stefanie Gernert, The Public School Berlin, Thinkfarm, Tiina-Kaisa Laakso-Liukkonen, Trade School New York, Valerie A. Brown, Wendy Brawer, Samantha Riccio, Zoe Romano
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Agents of Alternatives
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An independently published open book exploring the visions, actions, tools and impacts of change agents, thinkers and ‘happeners’ (those who make things happen!). It shows the creative processes and tools for designing positive societal transitions. These transitions are revealed by showing the new hybrid relationships being forged between alternative approaches to learning, living, making, socialising, thinking and working.
Agents of Alternatives enables professionals, amateurs and citizens to understand the rich possibilities of creating and designing together in open, participatory and imaginative ways. It provides an integrated and systemic collection of case studies, essays and interviews from well-known international contributors and local activists, collated by an international team of editors.
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