February 24, 2014

Joy Carey explains Bristol’s progressive food culture

Originally posted on Bristol Food Connections Blog Sustainable food system planning consultant and author of ‘Who Feeds Bristol? Towards a resilient food plan’, Joy Carey gives […]
February 20, 2014

Local resilience and empowerment: Molly Scott-Cato on the Bristol Pound, economic change and why she became an economist

Interview by Francesca Wakefield As the UK braces itself for yet another onslaught of gales and flooding, the Bristol Pound caught up with prominent local green […]
February 18, 2014

Can Complementary Currencies Level the Gender Gap in Slums?

Originally published by Morgan Richards on Bangla-Pesa blog. Resilience and ingenuity are trademarks of impoverished communities here in Kenya. When we first introduced Bangla-Pesa it had […]
February 11, 2014

The Story of the Bristol Pound

By Chris Sunderland, Bristol Pound and Real Economy Director What would it be like if we did a local currency at scale, across a whole city? What […]