Democratic practices, banking reform, ecosystem services, green economy or civic incentives are covered in this approach which intends to put some progress where sustainable thinking has had so many problems in generating new community practices. However, community-organized projects are going underway using new social dynamics fostered by social technologies and are generating local resilience not using sustainability confronting unsustainable global patters. The main contribution of the book resides in proposing a renovated framework for sustainability in which bottom-up community provision builds stronger societies. Economic crisis seems to be no end and, in the meantime, things are changing. Sometimes silently, other times violently. We are still in the beginning and, after decades of too much rhetoric on sustainability, local and decentralized solutions will be part of the answer.