Eco-Communalism - Definition
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What is Eco-communalism?
Eco-communalism, also known as ecological communalism, involves the basic principles of leading a simple lifestyle, being self-sufficient, being sustainable, and having local economies. Eco-communalism emphasizes agricultural growth, eco-friendly economies, biodiversity, and decentralized government authorities.
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