I live in the nation with the highest rates of personal consumption and energy use ever seen on earth, and I live small.
Articles: personal resilience (97)
With his bicycle repair shop, social worker Lee Hyeong-un teaches the homeless how it feels to be a part of society.
Resilience includes the various skills that allow us to weather the storm, the inner strength to carry on despite ongoing challenges; the drive and inspiration to bounce back again!
I see so much remarkable stuff happening in so many places, and meet so many focused, committed people, that I really believe that a new economy, a new culture, is possible, indeed it is already here.
Our thing is that right here—your self—is the most accessible whole system that you have. That's the best way to effect change.
I think we can create the very best science out there about the problems of climate change, yet if we aren’t filtering that science through our hearts, there remains—as we see today—a disengagement.
William Davies’ new book The Happiness Industry is a fascinating and vivid journey through the history of economics, advertising, psychology, management and more.
Not long ago, a Diné (Navajo) friend of mine, Lyla June Johnston, sent me a one-line email: “I am not going to Harvard… I am going to plant corn.”
Hide Enomoto, co-founder of Transition Japan, speaks to Michelle Denton about Inner Transition in the Japanese context. We also introduce the next two new videos in our Inner Transition series.
Jason Heppenstall looks for some ways to deal with the psychological aspects of collapse.