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The Autarky (Self-Sustainability) Library

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    i'll let this explain itself, but it's a really neat resource for those of you interested in self-sufficiency and self-sustainability and other things of that nature:

    i'll let this explain itself, but it's a really neat resource for those of you interested in self-sufficiency and self-sustainability and other things of that nature:

    What is the Autarky Library? This is a collection of material to learn autarky for individuals, households and villages. All relevant materials can be included, as long as they are more substantial than the ubiquitous "article". Especially, material that is free to download is of interest here. Here is what we found so far, and you're welcome to extend it (just edit away, this is a wiki).

    Licence. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication CC0 1.0 Universal licence. This means "no rights reserved." By contributing to this first wiki post, you agree to licence your contributions likewise. Note that this licence only applies to this page "Autarky Library", while edgeryders.eu content by default is instead licenced under CC-BY 3.0 Unported (see section 3.1. here for details).
    Creative Commons License CC0 1.0

    Audience. Due to the nature of the materials available for free download, this library is for an "educated" audience: those who can read English, have the equivalent of secondary education, and access the Internet with a computer and not "just" a smartphone. Reason: virtually all included e-books are in English and in PDF file format, not properly navigable on smartphones (it may work with tablets though).

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