Located on the west coast of Scotland, Eigg is a small island in the Inner Hebrides whose inhabitants made themselves famous 23 years ago by launching a little municipality: buy back their island to develop a model of citizen self-management with full respect for their environment. In 2008, they achieved a world first by developing their own network of energy production. Today, young people are coming back to live there and the community is growing, opening up to those who wish to settle along the only road on the island and get involved in local life and the citizen consultation that...
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