How time banking helps people build better services
Anna Coote, Josh Ryan-Collins, Lucie Stephens
22 March 2008
Faith in the money economy and our debt-based banking system is collapsing.
As a long and deep recession looms, and credit becomes scarcer, this report outlines why time banking has the potential to improve public services and strengthen communities.
If you back a recovery plan based around great public services, protecting the planet and reducing inequality, please support NEF to build back better.
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