Time as a currency of change towards resilient and sustainable communities

Time banking is a reciprocity-based work trading system with time (hours) representing the currency. The system prioritises social care, wellbeing, and reciprocity. It was first conceptualized in the 1980s in USA by Edgar Cahn, an American law professor, to address unfulfilled societal needs. Time banking is implemented within communities enabling a person with one skill… Continue reading Time as a currency of change towards resilient and sustainable communities