Harnessing Monopoly for the Common Good

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The Total Resource Rents of Australia – Report Release Tuesday November 20th, 6:30pm Presenter: Karl Fitzgerald Venue: 1/27 Hardware Lane, Melbourne Could the economic value of all forms of monopoly be capable of financing the three tiers of government? This report will demonstrate how the economic power of monopoly is capable of just this. Quantifying the naturally rising value of … Read More

Community & Economics

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Tuesday July 24th 1/27 Hardware Lane, Melbourne 6.30 – 8pm Presenter: Karl Williams RSVP – gold coin event Countless studies have shown that a sense of community is one of the most important factors leading to happiness, fulfillment and the sense of a life well lived, no matter what the culture. But what do we mean by community? It seems … Read More

Speculative Vacancies Report release

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Thursday June 21st, 6.30pm Presenter: Philip Soos Prosper rooms, 1/27 Hardware Lane, Melbourne RSVP – gold coin donations Exciting young researcher Philip Soos is set to release our 5th Speculative Vacancies report. In the past, this report has been a lonely voice shining a light upon the lazy use of land in prime locations. Phil has surveyed over 1 million … Read More

SLF Festival this weekend

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Earthsharing will have a stall along the Yarra riverbank at this weekend’s huge SLF event from Fri 12 – 8pm, Sat – Sun 9 – 5pm. Drop in to buy a copy of Real Estate 4 Ransom, have a chat about the state of our speculative housing market or find out about our latest campaign. I will be broadcasting the … Read More

Speculative Vacancies report release

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Tuesday May 3rd, 7pm Presenter: Tohm Curtis Where: Prosper Australia rooms, 1/27 Hardware Lane, Melbourne Entry: RSVP pls and gold coin entry (to cover drinks and nibbles) For four years we have been pointing to the hidden supply of privately held speculative land as a major issue for the ‘nowhere to live’ media cycle. Instead of sprawling outwards, we should … Read More