The work of the Commons Abundance Network (CAN) is co-ordinated by Wolfgang Hoeschele. http://commonsabundance.net/
Wolfgang, a German who grew up in Thailand, Korea and Greece, now lives in Kirksville, Missouri, where he is a professor of geography at Truman State University ever since he earned a Ph.D. in geography from the Pennsylvania State University in 1998. His dissertation research focused on land degradation in southern India. His more recent work has consisted of a critique of our current economy of scarcity, and conceptualizing an economy of abundance – an economy that does not seek to create profitable scarcities, but rather that seeks to enable all people, and an abundance of animal and plant species, to thrive, now and in the future. This has led to his present involvement in helping to launch the Commons Abundance Network with CAUN.
Publishers website of “The Economics of Abundance: A Political Economy of Freedom, Equity and Sustainability”: http://www.gowerpublishing.
More information about Wolfgang Hoeschele and his publication is located at P2P:
The web home for CAN is under development at: http://p2pfoundation.net/
Lisinka Ulatowska, Helene Finidori, Rob Wheeler are actively working with Wolfgang on the Commons Abundance Network for Commons Actions for the United Nations and the Commons Cluster Major Group.
Make a connection and register to learn more about the Commons Abundance Network at http://commonsabundance.net/