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Peak oil, many argue, will lead to a hyperlocal revolution. It's not a new idea and, for one community in Portland, Oregon, it's quickly becoming a reality.Good writes:
Normally, when you need compost for your garden, you drive to the nearest Home Depot and pick up a couple of bags. It seems straightforward enough, but for some back-to-basics Portlanders, that would be a foolish way to accomplish such an errand. Instead, they log onto an online social network called Bright Neighbor to locate someone in their neighborhood who might have some compost on offer.
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