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According to [http://urgenci.net URGENCI], the International Network for Community Supported Agriculture, the first CSA initiatives in Croatia where started in 2012 and estimates about 20 CSAs providing for 3000 consumers in 2016, connected in an informal umbrella of solidarity groups.<ref>  https://urgenci.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Overview-of-Community-Supported-Agriculture-in-Europe.pdf. Accessed on June 7th 2018</ref>
  
 
== Collaboration with Local Government ==
 
== Collaboration with Local Government ==

Revision as of 10:53, 10 June 2018


Overview

Transition in Croatia

Main page: Transition in Croatia

Permaculture in Croatia

Main page: Permaculture in Croatia

Ecovillages in Croatia

Main page: Ecovillages in Croatia

The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) lists 2 projects in their database. This number is however only reflecting the projects that have registered themselves on the database. The ecovillage database contains ecovillage projects of all sizes and in all stages of development.[1]

Community Energy in Croatia

Main page: Community energy in Croatia

Solidarity Economy in Croatia

Main page: Solidarity economy in Croatia

Other(s)

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) in Croatia

According to URGENCI, the International Network for Community Supported Agriculture, the first CSA initiatives in Croatia where started in 2012 and estimates about 20 CSAs providing for 3000 consumers in 2016, connected in an informal umbrella of solidarity groups.[2]

Collaboration with Local Government

Intersections and Interactions

References