Return to the Commons

On a 14-square mile patch of western France known as Notre-Dame-des-Landes, a world is being constructed, a way of living, formed through common endeavour and a knowledge of and sensitivity to the landscape and its ecosystems. It's a messy process that was started 10 years ago when climate activists started to squat the area to prevent the construction of a new airport.

Benjamin Hickethier

Source: Return to the Commons