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Sustaining

Resources for Everyone

Economic Democracy Advocates is dedicated to research, education and grassroots advocacy for governmental legislation that meets basic human needs on a sustainable basis.

Economic Democracy Advocates is dedicated to research, education and grassroots advocacy for  legislation that meets basic human needs on a sustainable basis.

Economic Democracy Advocates is dedicated to research, education and grassroots advocacy for governmental legislation that meets basic human needs on a sustainable basis.

Our vision

To be a leading organization dedicated to research, education and grassroots advocacy for governmental legislation in support of meeting basic human needs on a sustainable basis.

EDA acknowledges a dual responsibility: to engage in the preservation and regeneration of our commons through grassroots economic democracy, and to actively support these measures through legislative policy. In essence, we recognize ourselves as advocates for economic democracy through political democracy.

Our mission

To promote the principles of economic democracy and ensure equal decision-making for sustainability to meet the needs of current and future generations and for all living things on Earth.

Modern society erased the concept of the commons from our collective memory, making it an unconscious part of our heritage as human beings. We envision a system that will restore this integrated worldview and meet the needs of humanity going forward. This is economic democracy.

 

Economic democracy is neither capitalism nor socialism. It’s a localized, self-reliant system of resource use that asks all people to take an active role in shaping their own community’s financial and ecological future.

Our history

Economic Democracy Advocates was launched on January 1, 2017, to advocate for equitable and sustainable management of food, water and energy systems in the United States. We are a
full-service agency providing research, education and advocacy training to link citizens with legislation and elected officials in support of economic democracy.

We have two legal structures:

Economic Democracy Advocates, 
a 501(c)(4) charitable organization through which we conduct advocacy training for legislative action.

Economic Democracy Advocates Foundation, a 501(c)(3) educational organization through which we develop research, education and marketing programs.

EDA LEADS THE WAY

  • Tracking reports on model legislation for resource democracy in all fifty States of the US
  • Advocating for resource democracy with activists and policymakers in their bioregional districts
  • Educating people on the civics of resource justice and resilience
  • Researching the carrying capacity of regional communities

Our programs

State legislation

Identify bills that impact your region

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Advocacy

Your key to State legislative action

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Research

Hard facts to support the issues

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Education

Seminars on economic democracy and social action

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