Ecobasa

Ecobasa

The Gift Economy Network, connecting eco communities, they have a nice platform where you can look up communities across the globe: https://ecobasa.org/en/communities/

Love Does Not Imply Pacifism

Years ago I spoke with the wonderful philosopher and writer Kathleen Dean Moore about why calling the earth our mother is not always helpful.

“I think the whole ‘love your mother’ metaphor is just wishful thinking. Mothers can usually be counted on to clean up after their children. They are warm-hearted and forgiving: mothers will follow crying children to their rooms and stroke their hair, even if the child’s sorrow is shame at his treatment of his mother. It’s nice to think the Earth is a mother who will come after us and clean up the mess and protect us from our mistakes, and then forgive us the monstrous betrayal. But even mothers can be worn out and used up. And then what happens to her children?”

~ Kathleen Dean Moore

Love Does Not Imply Pacifism (excerpt from Endgame) – Derrick Jensen

Nomadwiki

Nomadwiki — info and tips for nomads about shoestring budget traveling.

Here you’ll find out about free camping and tramp lifestyle, not for tourists.

Transport: How to find cheap flights, Hitchhiking, Free and Cheap Travel

Food: Dumpster diving, Fasting, Tiny Guide for the Vegan Traveler, Table dive

Money: Bargaining, Earning On The Road, Busking

Accommodation: Camping, Hotels, Hostels, Hospitality exchange, Housesitting and Caretaking. Retreats, Nomad Bases

Equipment: DIY equipment, What to pack, Camping gear, Gear, Internet, Best Nomad Laptop

Health and Well-Being: Insurance, Accessible Healthcare

Volunteering: Individual Volunteer Hostings, International Voluntary Programmes, Volunteer in Festivals

Law: Visas, Police, Borders

Intentional Communities:

Communicate with nomads

Events

Movies, Books, Blogs

Everything is miscellaneous

Traveling with Pets, Traveling with Children

Chatroom

Other useful sites and info

stinations

Winter retreats, Free Hot Springs, Wild beaches, Free museums

Countries

Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, British Indian Ocean Territory, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia (country), Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao … further results Add a country

Cities

Adelaide, Algeciras, Amsterdam, Antalya, Athens, Auckland, Barcelona, Bay Area, Belgrade, Bergen, Berlin, Bern, Bologna, Braşov, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Cairns, Cascais, Chefchaouen, Chisinau, Christchurch, Cologne, Copenhagen, Corfu, Crete, Cyprus, Cádiz, Den Haag, Derweze, Dhaka, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Essaouira, Fes, Fethiye, Geneva, Gent, Gibraltar, Granada, Graz, Grenoble, Groningen, Hamburg, Hannover, Helsinki, Igoumenitsa, Imlil, Istanbul, Izmir … further results Add a city

Transport companies

Bus ADAC Postbus, BerlinLinienBus, BestBusTravel, Bus Eireann, Eurolines, Flibco, IDBUS, Imoova, Megabus, MeinFernbus, OnniBus, OnniExpress, Orange ways, PolskiBus, Simple Express, Ulster Bus
Train Irish Rail, Northern Ireland Railways, Thalys
Plane AirAsia, Norwegian, Ryanair, Wizzair
Ferry Akgünler, Eckerö line, Ionian Cruises, LindaLine, Tallink, VikingLine

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Bitcoin

Ecotribe has had a Bitcoin address for a while, but we haven’t really made much publicity for it. As of now, it isn’t clear (or at least not to me, Dimi) what Ecotribe is, will be or strives to be. So it isn’t clear what the Bitcoin you donate would be used for. I just made a donation to Riseup for 0.09444712 BTC because we are using their e-mail servers. So I cannot tell you what it will be used for if you should decide to donate Bitcoin to Ecotribe, but here is nonetheless our Bitcoin address: 19XkheGBdpRfWAqm36jhghgoYDoBdq5mZF

19XkheGBdpRfWAqm36jhghgoYDoBdq5mZF
19XkheGBdpRfWAqm36jhghgoYDoBdq5mZF

There are many possibilities for liberty and wildness still.

What are some of these possibilities and how can we live them? What could it mean to be an anarchist, an environmentalist, when global revolution and world-wide social/eco sustainability are not the aim? What objectives, what plans, what lives, what adventures are there when the illusions are set aside and we walk into the world not disabled by disillusionment but unburdened by it?

Desert by Anonymous

How To Find Land For Living Off The Grid

Some very good tips for finding a space to build your own earthship, eco-village, permaculture farm or off the grid homestead.

How To Find Land For Living Off The Grid.

Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video) : TreeHugger

Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video) : TreeHugger.

Greenhouses are usually glazed structures, but are typically expensive to construct and heat throughout the winter. A much more affordable and effective alternative to glass greenhouses is the walipini (an Aymara Indian word for a “place of warmth”), also known as an underground or pit greenhouse. First developed over 20 years ago for the cold mountainous regions of South America, this method allows growers to maintain a productive garden year-round, even in the coldest of climates.