1. Open source agriculture: Grassroots technology in the digital era [site] [text]
  2. Peer to peer: The commons manifesto [site] [text]

Journal articles

  1. How to reap the benefits of the ‘digital revolution’? [site] [text]
  2. How convivial and open is a WikiHouse? [site] [text]
  3. Breaking the chains of open innovation: Post-blockchain and the case of Sensorica [site] [text]
  4. To BIM or not to BIM? Lessons learned from a Greek vernacular museum building [site] [text]
  5. Small and local are not only beautiful; they can be powerful [site]
  6. From private to public governance: The case for reconfiguring energy systems as a commons [site]
  7. Teaching commons through the game of musical chairs [site] [text]
  8. Should we look for a hero to save us from the coronavirus? [site] [text]
  9. Cosmolocalism: Understanding the transitional dynamics towards post-capitalism [site] [text]
  10. Tools from below: Making agricultural machines convivial [site] [text]
  11. Who creates value? [site] [text]
  12. Bridging barriers in sustainability research [site] [text]
  13. Is ‘deschooling society’ possible? Notes from the field [site] [text]
  14. Are the most influential websites peer-produced or price-incentivized? [site] [text]
  15. Can peer production democratize technology and society? A critical review of the critiques [site] [text]
  16. Mapping the types of modularity in open-source hardware [site] [text]
  17. How to reinvigorate vernacular buildings in the digital era? [site] [text]
  18. Counter-hegemonic decision premises in commons-based peer production: A degrowth case study [site] [text]
  19. Can communities produce complex technology? Looking into space for insight [site] [text]
  20. Energy governance as a commons [site] [text]
  21. Sustainable rural electrification: Harnessing a cosmolocal wind [site] [text]
  22. Towards a theory of value as a commons [site] [text]
  23. Buddhism, wealth, and privilege: Ambedkar and Habermas [site] [text]
  24. Tracing sustainable production from a degrowth and localisation perspective [site] [text]
  25. Circular, local, open: A recipe for sustainable building construction [site] [text]
  26. From creative destruction to convivial innovation [site] [text]
  27. Grassroots innovation: A meta-theoretical sustainability assessment framework [site] [text]
  28. Between the camp and the makerspace [site] [text]
  29. Beyond high-tech versus low-tech [site] [text]
  30. Beyond global versus local [site] [text]
  31. How to unite local initiatives for a more sustainable global future [site] [text]

Reports & op’eds

  1. Cosmo-local work: Organisational practices for equitable and sustainable living [text]
  2. How to create a thriving global commons economy? [site] [text]
  3. Is the smart city a good city? [site]
  4. The value of exploitation: How to reclaim our lives and livelihoods in common [site]
  5. The value of life after growth…in a world valuing growth over life [site]
  6. What technology for degrowth? [site]

Book chapters

  1. The grammar of peer production [site] [text]
  2. Peer production and state theory: Envisioning a cooperative partner state [site] [text]
  3. Peer-to-peer learning [site] [text]

Videos & podcasts

  1. Cosmolocalism in a nutshell [video]
  2. Changemaking ideas in 3 minutes YouTube series [site]
  3. Τzoumakers: A mountainous community of open source technologies [video]
  4. Τzoumakers: The birth of an open source agricultural community [video]
  5. How to reap the benefits of the ‘digital revolution’? [video]
  6. How to replace the cult of selfishness with life after growth [podcast]
  7. Machine heart, calculative mind [video essay]


  1. Post-automation? Towards democratic alternatives to Industry 4.0 [site]
  2. Documentation development workshop [site]
  3. Strategy meeting on policies for a commons-based technology [site]
  4. Summer school: Technology, society and the future [site]
  5. Summer school: Energy as a commons [site]
  6. Summer school: Life after growth [site]
  7. Materialities and socialities of postcapitalism [site]

Pilot work

  1. The Tzoumakers community makerspace, GR [site]
  2. The Zyamdrel Zo’Sa cooperative makerspace, BT [site]
  3. The Kopli93 makerspace, EE (realised with funds from other EU project) [site]
  4. The Opentechpark initiative [site]
  5. The Commonen energy cooperative [site]
  6. The AnotherFootball foundation [site]