Some time ago I was reading an interesting book over distributed economy, a way of thinking production where, versus the classical centralized system, its purpose is to distribute production over the territory. The primary purpose is a more economic and efficient production system, but its implication will resolve a lot of modern problems, such as overpopulation of cities, the loss of the territory, pollution, social conflicts rising for ‘zero’ life-space of modern life, and reaction to the life-style that this ‘pushes’ (for example: slow-food movements, ‘zero km’ products etc…).
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