What do you want to learn, share, talk about in the Ecolution?

Equitable economies and sustainable ecosystems go hand in hand, and we need a storytelling revolution to make that more clear, to discuss challenges and solutions, and to bring research and personal stories into the same space. The new Ecolution campaign by Minnesota Women's Press is designed to do that, in a co-created, solutions-based journalism model that we are building together. 

First step: what do you know, what do you want to know, and who should we be including in our database of story ideas?

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* 1. What areas of study, work, or passion are you in?

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* 2. Ecolution looks at the "eco" — Greek word for home — that supports us: our economic and ecological ecosystems. What topic areas would you like to see in the coming months, in order of importance?

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* 3. What did we miss that you would like to see added to the list?

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* 4. In your particular area of interest, what sources do you recommend that we include in our database for future development? This could be an expert in the field, a local farmer trying new methods, a co-operative model that is reviving a community, a scientist in Greater Minnesota, a book or website or organization, and much more. Tell us why you are making the recommendation.

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