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Consumer Emissions Trading Online

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

[via Smartmobs.com]

Emissions Trading first surfaced in the 1970's in the US, and more recently1990 Acid Rain Program of the Clean Air Act.

The idea was to create a system that issued credits to polluting businesses for any pollution reducing improvements they introduced to their processes. From Wikipedia:

Audience 2.0 Launch!

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

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Be sure to spread the word about the launch of Audience 2.0 magazine!

The magazine is published by participatory media innovator by Micheal Pick.

Internet Enabled Music Collaboration

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

William Benzon's Beethoven's Anvil: Music in Mind and Culture is a great place to start studying how human music-making is related to the subject of cooperation. From the CooperationCommons.com summary:

How To Solve The Net Neutrality Problem

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

[bliki|What is a bliki?]

Robert X. Cringely has new posting wherin he discusses his concept of each of us owning our last mile, and cooperatively creating our own "pipes".

Grassroots Use of Technology Conference 2006

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

FTC On Net Neutrality: More Of The Same

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

Evolving Distributed Power In Online Communities

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

The following is from a Comment at BeyondYes in MeatballWiki. We are discussing possible ways that Meatball wiki decision making can happen in a way that distributes power and responsibility to the community in efficient/effective ways. Following the links will take you to pages that explain the concepts in the text:

Entrepreneurs of Cooperation Essay

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

Did Cooperation Give Early Humans A Competitive Edge?

By SamuelRose, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

[via New Scientist]

Augustin Fuentes at the University of Notre Dame hypothesizes that Paranthropus went extinct because early Homo(human ancestor) species were more adept at cooperating: