Located on the west coast of Scotland, Eigg is a small island of Inner Hebrides. Twenty years ago the inhabitants made themselves famous by redeeming their pretty rock. Today, they are autonomous in electricity and have created a model of citizen self-management. Tired of the succession of landlords * to multiple promises but without concrete effects, the inhabitants of Eigg have succeeded, thanks to various financings and a great story, to become owners of their island. This purchase allowed the islanders to take back the destiny of the island. For 20 years they successfully established an original model of self-management...
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