At the crossroads between social, environmental and economic issues, the commons are a tool to collectively reinvent a shared prosperity. Beyond natural resources, they are a way to rethink the production and management of goods, such as culture, transport and housing, but also their collective re-appropriation by the citizens beyond the traditional state-market dichotomy. This page contributes to the analysis of theoretical and practical approaches to commons across Europe.

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