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The Return of Crisis

Financial markets the world over are increasingly chaotic; either retreating or plunging. Our view remains that there’s a gigantic market crash in the coming future -- one that has possibly started now.

Edinburgh Tool Library: Creativity, Community, and Cutting Resource Use

Running out of a Dr. Who-style police box near the city’s docks, the Edinburgh Tool Library has been going since early 2015 and now has 1,200 tools, 180 members, and is growing fast.

Welcoming Night

These are people who found a tiny and overcrowded raft, floating on the open ocean, safer than their homes. See what you can do where you live -- you probably can't do much, but you might be able to do a little.

The unstoppable rise of 'Demain'

The film 'Demain' ('Tomorrow') is proving to be one of the most remarkable catalysts for Transition and other bottom-up approaches that has ever been made.

The Transition Movement in Global Perspective

The importance to Transition of both community and cultural commons is deep-seated.

How to Stop Competing and Start Building Community

If we want to address the entrenched injustices and suffering in the world, then, put simply, activists will need to work together.

Creating Local Community Resilience to Avoid Climate Catastrophe

The accelerating climate crisis requires massive mobilization of populations to take back control of our lives through resistance, replacement, and resilience.

Learning From the Past in Kensal and Kilburn

Oral histories have been something that has fascinated the Transition movement since the outset.

A Healthy Way to Build Communities

Mark Winne, an author and anti-hunger activist, often says that the most important word in “community garden” isn’t “garden.” I saw this firsthand not long ago.

Fumbling towards Independence

A more independent life need not be a distant redoubt to purchase but an ideal to fumble toward — in small steps, with help, in ways that are fulfilling and not overly complicated.

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