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In the original publication of this editorial article, under the “Introduction” section, one of the articles was not mentioned. It is mentioned in this correction and the complete sentence should read as below. The “pluriversal” concepts range from community economies, agroecology, solidarity economies, alternative currencies, ecovillages, democratic economy, “science of women and life” (Jineolojî), Zapatista autonomy and sumak kawsay. The contributions present a range of geographical and historical case studies, and span transnational networks, self-help groups in Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal, agroecological peasant networks in Haiti and Tanzania and drugusers in Tehran, ecovillages in the Yucatan of Mexico, grassroots innovation for the pluriverse in Chiapas, municipal indigenous politics in Cayambe Ecuador, solidarity economy networks in Massachusetts, Kurdish women’s movement inRojava, black rural cooperatives in the southern US, cryptocurrencies in Berlin, and community credit in Chiloe, Chile.
Kaul, S., Akbulut, B., Demaria, F., & Gerber, J. F. (2022, November 1). Correction: Alternatives to sustainable development: what can we learn from the pluriverse in practice? (Sustainability Science, (2022), 17, 4, (1149-1158), 10.1007/s11625-022-01210-2). Sustainability Science. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-022-01225-9
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