June 26, 2015

 

Interview with Jay Tompt
for JFS's "Local Well-being" Project

Japan for Sustainability (JFS) launched "Local Well-Being Project" focusing on local activities -- the core of sustainability -- and introduces movements and activities of relocalization, local empowerment, and new models of local economy, etc, at home and abroad.

For this JFS's project, Junko Edahro, chief executive of JFS, interviewed Jay Tompt, coordinator of Totnes REconomy Project.

Topics are about relocalization as a counter movement of globalization, local ownership and active citizens for greater well-being, projects and groups to activate local economy in Totnes, UK, etc.

Interview with Jay Tompt for JFS's "Local Well-being" Project 

 

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