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.
Articles: Transition movement (88)
The importance to Transition of both community and cultural commons is deep-seated.
A world driven by fossil fuels tends to look same-y.
Like so very many people, I fell for the hype and took my kids to see the new Star Wars film...I thought it might be fun to ease my way back into 2016 blogging by offering some Transition-related thoughts on it.
How is it possible that in a movement that’s all about stopping the planet from burning out, we often make a culture where we burn ourselves out instead?
It feels to me that we find ourselves in a new world.
Both The Transition Towns (Transition) and Intentional Communities movements facilitate secession, to varying degrees, from the exploitive culture that surrounds us, and build alternatives that are supported by broad networks.
Today was the most thought-provoking day, at times viscerally so.
What does it look like when Transition meets the 15M movement in the context of a mountain village in the centre of Spain?
Today when we think about a degrowth economy, about fostering the transition towards it and supporting more resilient lifestyles, I imagine – departing from systems theory – that we need something deeper; some kind of economic acupuncture that can trigger specific points that …