Most of human life-heritages have kept people alive sustainably for ages without a need to practise or grasp as 'economy' the way how people have kept themselves alive.

As those life-heritages have kept people alive without a need of practising or grasping this as 'economy', why would they now need to see this sustenance of life as economy?

The ways how land, water, forest, air and their biodiversity have been understood, lived with and used for millennia have sustained life on Earth without the current globalised concept of economy - so that they have not caused even in millenniums such a global environmental crisis, which our prevailing 'economy' has caused just within 3 centuries.

Such more indigenous, less commercial ways to understand and use the Earth are thus more sustainably justified to keep those Earth’s sources of life by which they have lived:

If life has sources or activities by which we keep ourselves alive and which we do not practise or grasp as ‘trade’or ‘economy’, it is not fair or sustainable if these sources of life are forced or captured to become practised, grasped and treated as ‘trade’ and ‘economy’.

ALTERNATIVES FOR ECONOMY -- paths for liberating the Earth from the straitjacket of overconsuming economy
1.Publication launched on 27th April 2. Conference on 6th-7th May 3.Campaign Touron 8th-30th May

The rights of people to live by more autonomous and less consuming subsistence livelihoods need to be made stronger than our commercial rights of consuming away the sources of such sustainable livelihood.

People shall have right to use Earth’s sources of life to sustain life as adapted to the regeneration of life in the area - according to that how sustainable their own means of subsistence are.

We need to change the practices of economy and commercial consumption to such more fair practices of sustaining our life where we require from the others in exchange only such things which we would ourselves be ready to do with the same conditions.

4. Indigenous guests and Fair Trade producer guest of the program

Autonomous San Juan Copala

Bibiana Martínez de Jesús & Yolanda Merino López

Cactus community economies

.Elvia Contreras Espinosa

Palam Fair Trade producers

Benjamin Sundarkumar

Advasi forest rights, life & culture

Indu Netam

As diverse indigenous and local life heritages have sustained our life on Earth for ages, we need to learn from them and from their alternatives how they have lived meaningfully without causing even in millenniums such a global social, economic and environmental crisis to which our modern commercial life, economy and technology have led us only in few centuries decades.
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